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Baker Botts grows London IP team
Posted 14 January 2015

Mark Heaney is set to join Baker Botts from Bird & Bird in London.  Heaney is recognised by Chambers UK for his expertise in the Intellectual Property: Patent Litigation section.  Read more here.


Cooley opens in London
Posted 12 January 2015

Cooley has established its first European office in London.  A number of partners from legacy Edwards Wildman Palmer and Morrison & Foerster have joined the firm ahead of its launch.  Read more here. 


Kirkland & Ellis makes Corporate hire
Posted 6 January 2015

James Learner is set to return to Kirkland & Ellis as head of the corporate practice in London, having spent two years at US private equity firm HGGC. Read more here.


Pinsent Masons announces new managing partner
Posted 8 December 2014

John Cleland has been elected as Pinsent Masons new managing partner. He is set to assume the position on 1 May 2015. Cleland is recognised by Chambers UK for his banking and finance expertise.  Read more here. 


Bond Dickinson announces German Alliance
Posted 8 December 2014

Bond Dickinson has announced that it is to enter into a formal alliance with German firm Redeker Sellner Dahs. Both firms are recognised in Chambers UK and Chambers Europe in a broad range of practice areas. Read more here.


Mills & Reeve announces new senior and managing partner appointments
Posted 5 December 2014

Justin Ripman and Claire Clarke are to assume the positions of senior partner and managing partner of Mills & Reeve in June 2015.  Ripman and Clarke are recognised in Chambers UK for their Private Client and Corporate/M&A expertise, respectively.  Read more here.


Kingsley Napley adds defamation expert
Posted 5 December 2014

Charlotte Harris is set to join Kingsley Napley from Mishcon de Reya in London.  Harris is recognised by Chambers UK in the Defamation/Reputation Management section.  Read more here.

Chambers UK

The guide covers 50 cities and counties in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. London, being the UK’s largest legal market, has the most in-depth coverage.

Areas of Law   We cover over 70 specialist areas of law across the guide. The most developed practice areas, such as Corporate / M&A, Banking & Finance, Employment, Litigation and Real Estate are covered on a city-by-city basis. These cities are grouped by regions, such as South West, Midlands and Yorkshire, so clients can compare firms across a broader geographic area.

We cover specialist areas of law on a UK-wide basis, namely: Asset Finance, Capital Markets, Energy & Natural Resources, Media & Entertainments and Shipping.

Date of Publication   Chambers UK is published annually in October. The ranking tables and commentary, therefore, are fixed at the date of publication for the following 12 months. However, factual information, such as mergers or lawyer-moves, is kept up-to-date on the website throughout the year.

Chambers UK 2015 is now available online.