Sherrards has had another year of successful results in the Chamber and Partners 2024 Legal Directories. We would like to extend our thanks to our clients and close contact for their time and feedback, as well as our teams who have put together the case studies submissions in order to help provide this year’s researchers with the evidence to conclude to some more positive results.

What is the significance of the Chambers and Partners submissions?

Sherrards Solicitors have been ranked in the Chambers and Partners legal directories for the last 10 years, with individual team members being ranked for even longer.

The importance of the Chambers and Partners submissions is to help build the reputation and work of our lawyers, the firm as a whole, and showcase the support we offer to our clients.

Each year we contact clients and key contacts of the firm to act as “referees” in our submissions. This means our clients kindly give up their time to take a call from the Chambers and Partners’ researchers to answer questions and give testimonials towards our team members. Our rankings could not be as successful as they are without the help of our lovely clients and contacts, we can’t thank them enough for their honesty and kindness.

Internally the Chambers and Partners rankings helps us retain and attract talented business professionals and lawyers to the firm. In order to continue our services, we want to attract the best and continue to offer a range of services at the highest standard for all our clients – old or new.

An insight into the results:

The Litigation team have been ranked highly for another year running. The team is a respected and reputable team known for their strong track record for handling fraud, banking, and financial litigation cases. They are also experienced in serving clients from a range of industries and handling international cases across multiple jurisdictions.

One client said that “The team are able to quickly get to the bottom of complex situations and explain these in straightforward terms to ensure a full understanding and that appropriate action is taken in a timely fashion.”

Head of the department & Partner, Paul Marmor has been ranked individually as well where he has been described as “exceptional in all respects” as well as a “depth of knowledge”.

Similarly, Karen Dobson, Partner in the Litigation team has also been ranked where she was described by a client as “a sensible and safe pair of hands” as well as notably being stated as “honest, empathetic and efficient.”

The Employment department have continued ranking in the Chambers and Partners for their exceptional services. One client has noted that “Sherrards have consistently handled our business promptly and with discretion”.

Head of Department, Mark Fellows was individually ranked as well, where he was described by a contact as “thoughtful and considerate” as well as “consistent”.

The Commercial Property department ranked highly in the Chambers and Partners, with Department Head, Terry Fendt continuing his individually ranked streak. Terry has developed his proactive and pragmatic approach over the years, which is reflected in his continuously great ranking, year on year.

The Corporate and Commercial team also received a great ranking in this years Chambers and Partners. One client has stated “Sherrards have a technically strong team with an eye for detail and the ability to advise on complex instructions.”

Head of Department, Leigh Head was a recognised in this year’s submission, and  individually ranked. One source said that Leigh is “very good to deal with and blends responsiveness with a keen eye for detail”. 

These successes follow our ranking in the Chambers & Partners High Net Worth guide, earlier in the year. Our Private Wealth team continues to remain highly ranked, with Nicole Marmor, Partner and Head of the team, ranked as Band 1.

To read more about Nicole and the Private Wealth’s ranking in the high net-worth guide, click here.


These rankings sit alongside the Legal 500 rankings which were published earlier in the year, in addition to the members above, includes other team members such as Barney Laurence, Marta Grieve, Greg Pooler, Charles Burrell, Louise StradlingEmma O’Meara, Jean-Paul da Costa, Stephanie Kierans, Shane Knight, Guy Morgan and Caroline Turner.

You can read the Legal 500 press release for more detailed information, by clicking here.