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Carey Olsen retains tier one Chambers position

Carey Olsen retains tier one Chambers position

Friday 07 November 2014

Carey Olsen retains tier one Chambers position

Friday 07 November 2014

Carey Olsen has once more achieved tier one rankings in six practice areas across Guernsey and Jersey in the Chambers UK directory.

Chairman John Kelleher said: "The comments endorse our strategic approach to all relationships where we are focussed on providing the most effective legal advice and ensuring a collaborative and inclusive approach with our clients and their advisers."

Carey Olsen stood out in the client comments which featured a wide range of positive endorsements for the firm including: "They are the biggest and the best. They have been at the forefront for years and they have good people there", and "They are very easy to work with and welcome you into their thinking – we therefore get the best result from the team as a whole".

Praise was also forthcoming for specific partners - 29 of whom were featured in the individual rankings.

Chambers is one of the world's leading reference guides and its research team combines practice interviews, client feedback and law firm submissions in order to rank onshore and offshore law firms. The Chambers results come in the same month that Carey Olsen achieved tier one rankings across all practice areas in the Legal 500 UK directories.

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