Hardwicke improves its Chambers UK rankings for 2013

02 Nov 2012

We are pleased to announce that we have been ranked as a set for Construction, Education, Real Estate Litigation and Social Housing in the 2013 edition of Chambers UK. Our ranking for Education went up by one band, and we were ranked for the first time for our work in Real Estate Litigation.

In addition, our barristers also achieved 9 new rankings and have moved up by one band in 8 additional areas. Alexander Bastin, John de Waal, Peter Kirby, David Lewis, Catherine Piercy, Edward Rowntree, Fiona Scolding and Dean Underwood were ranked for the first time in their respective specialist areas. Barbara Hewson, John Friel, Nigel Jones QC, Andrew Lane, David Lawson, Sarah McCann, Michelle Stevens-Hoare and Michael Wheater have each moved up in the rankings by one band.

The full rankings and editorial can be viewed on the Chambers and Partners website.

2013 Chambers UK Rankings for Hardwicke:

Charles Bagot – Personal injury

Alex Bastin – Real estate litigation

Dr Margaret Bloom – Clinical negligence and healthcare

John de Waal – Professional negligence, Real estate litigation

Mark Engelman – Intellectual property  

John Friel – Education    

Daniel Gatty – Real Estate litigation          

Deborah Hay – Education

Barbara Hewson – Court of Protection: Health & Welfare              

Nigel Jones QC – Professional negligence, Construction 

Peter Kirby – Commercial dispute resolution       

Andrew Lane – Social housing      

David Lawson – Education            

David Lewis – Commercial dispute resolution      

Sarah McCann – Construction, Professional negligence

Catherine Piercy – Construction

David Pliener – Construction, Insurance and reinsurance

Clive Rawlings – Education           

Paul Reed QC – Construction, Insurance

Edward Rowntree – Real Estate Litigation              

Fiona Scolding – Education, Court of Protection: Health & Welfare            

Michelle Stevens-Hoare – Real estate litigation  

Laura Tweedy – Real estate litigation, Social housing

Dean Underwood – Property litigation   

James Watthey – Shipping           

Michael Weather – Construction