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Prettys ranked in Chambers and Partners 2017 Guide

East Anglian law firm Prettys has once again been ranked in the annual Chambers & Partners UK solicitors guide with two associates included in the ‘associates to watch’ category.

Three practice areas were singled out; construction, employment and family law with additional recognition of the firms’ litigation services.

Partner Peter Blake was noted for his expertise both in the construction and litigation areas with clients commenting that ‘Peter gives a very clear and balanced view, which always helps us to decide how best to proceed’.

The construction team overall was known to go ‘that extra mile to provide a robust service’. Listed on the associates to watch was construction specialist Rebecca Palmer who provides clients with a ‘prompt and responsive’ service and is ‘absolutely diligent’ in her manner.

The successful employment services team was quoted for being ‘well managed, professional and efficient’ and providing a ‘first-class service’. Partner Kelly Sayers is acknowledged for her ‘fantastic understanding of client needs‘ and partner Matthew Cole is ‘very knowledgeable and always gives practical advice’.

From the private client side of the business, the family law team are referred to as ‘one of the strongest’ in the area with partner Georgie Hall noted to go ‘way beyond just being a solicitor, she cares’. Georgina Rayment, also listed on the associates to watch, is ‘exceptional and very hard-working’.

Commenting on the results of the Chambers and Partners 2017 rankings, Prettys CEO, Ian Carr said, “I am delighted that Prettys is once again recognised in the annual Chambers and Partners guide. All our partners, associates and staff work incredibly hard to deliver the very best service to both our business and private clients.”

Rebecca Palmer and Georgina Rayment

Rebecca Palmer and Georgina Rayment

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