Up and Coming lawyers named in Chambers and Partners 2023

21st October 2022

HCR has five notable ‘up and coming’ lawyers according to the newly published Chambers and Partners legal directory. Featuring in the guide, which launched on 20 October Kate Hickey, Martyn Davies, Oliver Daniels, Roopa Ahluwalia, and Victoria Dingle are named.

Roopa is noted in the firm’s Family Law rankings for Cambridge whilst Victoria is listed in Banking and Finance for Thames Valley, Oliver and Kate are listed in the UK-Wide Education (institutions: schools) rankings and Martyn features for Corporate M&A in Wales.

Paul Grundy in the firm’s R&I team in the South West is noted as an ‘associate to watch’.

The firm has been ranked across 12 different practice areas overall, including Family, Agriculture and Rural Affairs, Corporate, Intellectual Property, Real Estate, Education, Litigation, Clinical Negligence and R&I, across 10 different regions.

Lawyers across the firm achieved 44 individual rankings with 13 lawyers ranked in band 1, 11 in band 2, 11 in band 3 and 3 lawyers ranked in band 4, in addition to the five up and coming lawyers and one associate to watch.

Harrison Clark Rickerbys has more than 800 staff and partners based at offices in Birmingham, Cambridge, Cardiff, Central England, Cheltenham, Hereford, London, Thames Valley, Worcester and the Wye Valley, providing a complete spectrum of legal services to both business and private clients regionally and nationwide.

The firm has global reach via its network of independent law firms, LawExchange International. It also has a number of highly successful teams specialising in individual sectors, including health and social care, education, technology, agricultural and rural affairs, finance and financial services, defence, security and the forces, and construction.