Brachers private client legal division garners several outstanding recognitions
Accolades have been rolling in for Kent-based law firm, Brachers, which has gleaned several recent awards. Its private client team has been named a leader by Chambers High Net Worth 2019, while news website, eprivateclient, has shortlisted it for top family law firm.
Partners at the firm have also been named as part of the recent round of awards. Head of the private client department, Christopher Eriksson-Lee was named in the top class of lawyers by Chambers High Net Worth 2019 and is the only lawyer in the top band nominated in Kent.
Private wealth specialist Alexandra Gordon has been recognised as a leader in her field by Chambers High Net Worth 2019. She is also shortlisted for Lawyer of the Year – Partner (regional) by Citywealth, as well as a Citywealth 2019 Future Leaders Top 100 – an honour which is given to those under 40 who show potential as leaders of tomorrow. Results are to follow shortly.
Simon Palmer was also named as a leading lawyer for private wealth in the prestigious Chambers High Net Worth 2019 category of Senior Stateperson and is the only lawyer in Kent who was named.
Brachers managing partner, Joanna Worby, said the awards and shortlists are a testament to the strength of the private client team.
“Many of these awards and rankings are based on extensive independent research and feedback from clients and industry peers, so it’s fantastic to see both the firm and our lawyers recognised for their work and receive these fantastic accolades.”
“Clients are at the heart of everything Brachers does, so it’s uplifting to see that Chambers High Net Worth, in particular, praised our attention to detail and accurate and timely work. This is evidence to just how focused the team are on giving an exemplary service to our clients.”