Boodle Hatfield’s Family law team recognised in the top tier for Children Law in the Chambers UK 2024 guide
Boodle Hatfield's ‘exceptional' Family law team have entered into the new ‘Family/Children Law’ category in the top tier of lawyers advising on private family matters where the primary concern is the placement and maintenance of child dependants.
The 2024 guide commends Partners, Emily Brand, Harriet Errington and Katie O’Callaghan for their ‘incredibly dynamic, intelligent and committed’ approach to ‘complex and sensitive children law matters’ and highlights that their ‘dedication and commitment to a case is unmatched’. The guide also goes on to note the teams ‘extensive experience in dealing with cases involving children with special needs, and particularly autism’ which ‘sets them apart’ in the family market.
The firm is also delighted to report that as well as being recognised in this area, it has retained its status in six other categories across the Chambers UK guide, affirming its position as one of London’s leading law firms. Following extensive independent research and analysis, the latest edition of Chambers UK 2024 guide, published on 19 September 2023, has ranked Boodle Hatfeld for Agriculture and Rural Affairs – London and Thames Valley, Art and Cultural Property Law, Family/Matrimonial, Family/Children Law, Real estate: £50-£150 million, and Real Estate Litigation. Overall the 2024 guide highlights Boodle Hatfield for their ‘polished’ ability to ‘convey complicated issues in a calm and measured way’ ‘demonstrating thoughtfulness and diligence, and delivering exactly what was expected and more’. The lawyers are noted for being ‘flexible, forward-thinking and good problem solvers’ going on to say ‘their track record speaks for itself.’
The industry-respected guide recognises the firm’s breadth across a number of specialisms. The news follows success in the 2024 edition of the Legal 500 guide as well as the firm upholding its top band rankings in Chambers HNW 2024 guide.
Chambers UK 2024 Guide is now available to view online, please click here to view the UK chapter.