Corker Binning has been ranked once again as a leading law firm in the 2024 edition of Chambers UK – a definitive mark of excellence across the legal industry – which was published today.
The firm has retained its Band 1 ranking for ‘Tax: Contentious: Fraud’, ‘POCA Work & Asset Forfeiture’, ‘Financial Crime: Individuals (London)’ and ‘Extradition’. It is also ranked in Band 2 for ‘Crime’ and in Band 3 for ‘Sanctions’.
In ‘POCA Work & Asset Forfeiture’, Andrew Smith has moved up to Band 2 while continuing to be ranked for ‘Financial Crime: Individuals (London)’, ‘Extradition’, and ‘Tax: Contentious: Fraud’.
Jessica Parker has maintained her Band 1 ranking for ‘Financial Crime: Individuals (London)’, and Claire Cross continues to be ranked for both ‘Financial Crime: Individuals (London)’ and ‘Financial Services: Contentious Regulatory’.
Edward Grange has once again been named a Star Individual for ‘Extradition’ and is also ranked in the ‘Crime (London)’ category, while Danielle Reece-Greenhalgh continues to be recognised in the same two practice areas.
“The lawyers at Corker Binning are considered, with wide strategic mindsets, and they take a very bespoke approach, never generalising but always thinking things through meticulously.”
“Every part of the team brings excellence to a case.”
“They are conscientious in their approach, knowledgeable, strategic and hard-working. They are top notch throughout.”
Chambers UK 2024 rankings can be viewed here.