06 October 2021
Andrew Jackson Solicitors LLP is delighted to announce that the research findings of the Legal 500, one of the leading industry guides to law firms in the UK, have once again recognised Andrew Jackson as being among the UK's leading law firms.
In Legal 500's 2022 guide, published 29 September, the Andrew Jackson team is highly recommended by clients and peers across several practice areas, whilst several lawyers are also singled out for praise.
The guide quotes one source as saying that the firm "is dedicated to getting the best result for their clients and really goes that extra mile. For this reason they stand head and shoulders above many other firms", whilst another says that the firm "provide their clients with a gold standard service. Importantly, they are approachable, and considerate of their clients."
Mark Pearson-Kendall, managing partner of Andrew Jackson, said: - “I am delighted to read the feedback we have received in the latest edition of the Legal 500. Our rankings within this leading industry guide always really matter to us, as the results take into account our clients' experiences of the firm. To receive recognition across several practice areas, along with individual lawyer recommendations, is a fantastic endorsement, and a great reflection of the hard work and dedication of our team.
“The aim across the whole firm is to provide exceptional legal services based on our clients' needs and, as we approach 2022, we are looking forward to continuing to grow and strengthen our client offer further.”
Legal 500's full report may be accessed here: - https://www.legal500.com/firms/106-andrew-jackson-solicitors-llp/6681-york-england/?layout=uk-solicitors&token=44408de62138a8b87ca72ea68e7e56d7
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