Chambers features strongly in the Chambers & Partners High Net Worth Guide 2018
5SB features strongly in the Chambers High Net Worth Guide 2018 which was released on Friday. The guide covers private wealth management work and related specialisms in key jurisdictions around the world, featuring an in-depth editorial about the leading lawyers and law firms for wealthy individuals and families.
Chambers is ranked in band 1 in the Traditional Chancery sector, and is described as a “go-to set for contentious trust and probate matters” which is lauded for its “real breadth and depth of quality.” Penelope Reed QC is ranked as a “star individual” alongside Tracey Angus QC, Henry Legge QC and Shan Warnock-Smith QC (band 1), Christopher Tidmarsh QC (band 2) and David Rees QC (band 3). In the juniors category Barbara Rich, Leon Sartin and Christopher Whitehouse are ranked in band 1, followed by Joseph Goldsmith (band 2), Charlotte Edge, Sarah Haren, Edward Hewitt, Jordan Holland, Michael O’Sullivan (band 3), Miranda Allardice, Mark Baxter, and Luke Harris (band 4). Harry Martin enters the rankings for the first time as an “up and coming” junior.
In the Private Client Tax sector Chambers is ranked in band 3, with the guide noting that the taxation offering has been strengthened with new arrivals. Amanda Hardy QC is ranked in band 2, and Christopher Whitehouse in band 1. Oliver Marre enters the rankings in band 3.
Chambers also continues to cement its position at the forefront of the Art and Cultural Property sector. Henry Legge QC and Luke Harris lead the rankings as the only ranked band 1 silk and junior respectively. They are supported by Jordan Holland (band 2) and Harry Martin (“up and coming”).