We’re delighted to announce that we have once again been ranked fourth in the list of the top legal advisers by number of charity clients in the Top 3000 Charities 2019 directory.
Our teams are highly sought after and noted within the legal sector for the quality of our their work. As many as 37 of them were listed as recommended lawyers in their fields and some under the 'elite' category. Chambers UK, the leading guide to the legal industry, singled out 24 of our staff as outstanding leaders in their respective fields, and praised the firm across its broad range of practice areas. What’s more, The Legal 500 Guide ranked us highly with several of their legal teams ranked as leaders in their specialist fields. Read more about our awards here.
Our staff include:
- Senior Partner - Peter Hubbard
- 27 Partners
- 93 Fee earners
- 68 Fee earners (non-qualified)
- 12 Trainee solicitors
- 55 Secretarial staff
- 73 Business support (includes 5 legal administrators)
See our meet the team page for further details.
The responsibility that I have been trusted with is far greater than I ever expected to have as a paralegal or trainee, which is something that makes Anthony Collins Solicitors stand out from other firms.Will Allen, Trainee Solicitor.
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