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HFL Leads the Field in Family Law – Chambers UK 2018

Harrogate Family Law has been ranked as a leader in its field by top legal authority Chambers UK.

The announcement comes following the completion of research for the Chambers UK 2018 guide ahead of its publication in the autumn.

Andrew Meehan, who founded Harrogate Family Law in 2010, said he was delighted that the firm had been ranked as a regional leader in family law following last year’s top tier ranking.

“Chambers UK carries out extensive peer research and analyses feedback from clients during its comprehensive analysis of the legal profession nationwide which makes this  ‘Leaders in the Field’ ranking so important,” said Andrew.

“Harrogate Family Law set out to become a specialist and by developing a culture of empathy alongside our strong technical competence we have successfully differentiated  ourselves from other practitioners in our region.”

More detailed rankings for individual lawyers and firms will be published in the Chambers UK 2018 guide in October.

 

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