In these latest results, Chambers and Partners has recognised 11 of Kensington Swan’s practice areas with 16 of the firm’s lawyers being ranked in this year’s guide.
This year, Nicky McIndoe has gained an impressive Band 1 ranking for Environment and Planning, with clients noting that, 'She is one of the foremost experts and she understands the cultural issues, which gives her a strategic benefit.’
Recognised for the first time in the directories are Christina Sheard for Environment and Planning, where clients praise the firm’s ‘winning model’ and Charlotte Henley for Intellectual Property, with clients commending her for ‘great expertise and ability to summarise what we need to know about .’
Catriona Grover, David Ireland and Paul Buetow have all retained their previous Band 1 rankings in their respective fields, building on the firm’s strong rankings for previous years. Kensington Swan has maintained its Band 1 ranking for the Investment Funds practice and the firm was also recognised highly in Construction and Intellectual Property in an intensely competitive New Zealand market.
Kensington Swan’s Chief Executive, Charles Spillane, said, ‘We’re delighted to have another year of fantastic results. Each year our leading lawyers continue to get recognised for their exceptional work. Next year we embark on an exciting new journey in which we combine with Dentons, the world’s largest law firm. This will give our clients direct access to over 10,000 lawyers and top-tier legal talent across the globe. Clients are at the forefront of everything we do. It is therefore wonderful to gain recognition Chambers and Partners on the basis particularly of client feedback.’
Kensington Swan is scheduled in early 2020, to combine with Dentons, the world’s largest law firm, meaning they can support your organisation wherever you operate.