Landmark Chambers, specialists in planning, property, public and environmental law, is delighted to announce its elevation to Band 1 for Real Estate Litigation in this year’s Chambers & Partners guide which has been published for the first time today.
Head of Landmark’s Property Team, David Holland QC, said: “We are delighted to have been recognised by Chambers & Partners in Band 1 for Real Estate Litigation for the first time. Today’s ranking reflects the quality of our barristers at all levels, the profile of the work we undertake and the commitment and market knowledge of our practice management team. I am enormously proud of the team’s achievement”
The publication of today’s rankings follows a period of expansion for the team with the arrival of several high-profile lateral recruits including Zia Bhaloo QC, Rupert Cohen and residential property specialists Justin Bates and Simon Allison. The Practice Management team was significantly strengthened in 2018 with the arrival Mark Ball from a competitor.
Commenting on the news: Chief Executive, Paul Newhall said “This is a fantastic accolade for the team and testament to the success of our real estate development strategy set in 2017. We now look forward to consolidating Landmark’s position as the UK’s only number 1 ranked Chambers for Planning and Real Estate Law.
Chambers & Partners – UK Bar 2020 publication highlights the team’s “consistent quality across the board” and recognises the Practice Managers for being “very responsive, helpful and proactive”
With 95 barristers, of whom 35 are QCs, Landmark Chambers is ranked as a leading set by the top legal directories in its four main areas of practice. Working throughout the UK, Europe and internationally, Landmark’s members are renowned for their unique expertise, and Chambers for its modern, diverse, and innovative approach to practice.