Top 100 UK law firm Moore Barlow has gained widespread recognition in the latest UK edition of the independent legal directory Legal 500.
This is the first time Moore Barlow has featured in the directory since the merger between Moore Blatch and Barlow Robbins in May 2020. The combination of both firm’s strengths has resulted in Moore Barlow receiving recommendations in 28 practice areas, across the South East in locations including Surrey, Sussex, Kent and Hampshire.
The firm is distinguished as a “Top Tier” firm for 10 practice areas including Agriculture & Estates, Charities & Not for Profit, Commercial Property , Contentious Trusts & Probate, Corporate & Commercial, Family, Insolvency & Corporate Recovery, and Personal Injury & Clinical Negligence (claimant).
A total of 70 lawyers have also been recommended in this year’s annual rankings, including eight Moore Barlow Partners listed as ‘Leading Individuals’, considered true market leaders and with long-established reputations in their sector.
In addition the directory identifies four Moore Barlow partners as “Next Generation Partners” and also recognises the important work of the firm’s junior, new or younger lawyers with five of the firm’s associates listed as “Rising Stars” and ones to watch.
These recommendations reflect the strength of the Moore Barlow team, our continued commitment to achieve the best result for clients, and the depth of our expertise across private client, business and organisational law, personal injury and clinical negligence. We are incredibly proud of our team and their achievements.Ed Whittington, managing partner of Moore Barlow
The Legal 500 rankings highlight the practice area teams that are providing the most cutting-edge and innovative advice and are based on feedback from 36,000 clients worldwide, submissions from law firms and in-depth interviews with leading private practice lawyers and a team of researchers. The 2021 edition provides a snapshot of the marketplace in 2019-2020.
The firm’s full results are as follows:
- Agriculture & Estates
- Charities & Not for Profit
- Commercial Property: Hampshire
- Commercial Property: Kent, Surrey, Sussex
- Contentious Trusts & Probate
- Corporate & Commercial: Hampshire
- Family: Hampshire
- Family: Kent, Surrey, Sussex
- Insolvency & Corporate Recovery
- Personal Injury & Clinical Negligence: claimant
- Employment: Kent, Surrey, Sussex
- Health & Safety
- IT & Telecoms
- Personal Tax, Trusts & Probate: Hampshire
- Personal Tax, Trusts & Probate: Kent, Surrey, Sussex
- Professional Negligence
- Property Litigation
- Family: Mediation
- Education: Schools
- Commercial Litigation: Hampshire
- Corporate & Commercial: Kent, Surrey, Sussex
- Debt Recovery
- Employment: Hampshire
- Intellectual Property
- Public Sector
- Clinical Negligence: claimant
- Commercial Litigation: Kent, Surrey, Sussex
- Personal Injury: claimant
- Damian Horan – Personal Injury
- Dorothy Agnew – IT & Telecoms
- Gordon Reid – Charities & NFP
- Jo Farrands – Family
- Joanna Lada-Walicki – Education: Schools
- Judith Ball – Family
- Karen Barham – Family: Mediation
- Luc Algar – Commercial Property
- Heather Dobson – Insolvency & Corporate Recovery
- Katy Barber – Family
- Maya Sushila – Personal Injury
- Scott Taylor – Contentious Trusts & Estates