Doyle Clayton Recognised as a Leading Workplace Law Firm - #1 in Thames Valley and top 12 in London

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Posted on 13 Oct 2017

The first of this year’s legal directories - The UK Legal 500 2017, has been published with the firm ranking number one in the Thames Valley as well as in London's top 12 for “recommended” Employment and Immigration lawyers.

Doyle Clayton – Leading Workplace Law Firm

Over all the firm has 16 employment and immigration lawyers recommended in The Legal 500 - an increase of over 30% from the last edition. New inclusions this year are David Evans [Partner] - Employment, Sukhpal Matharoo [Partner] - Employment, Simon Henthorn [Partner] - Education, Liz Timmins - Education, Mandeep Khroud - Immigration and Verity Saxon - Immigration. Recent arrival - Liz Barton [Partner] who heads the firm's Corporate team was also recommended [for Finance] and ranked as one of the UK's Next Generation Lawyers.

Peter Doyle, Doyle Clayton’s Managing Partner comments - “With over 90% of our Partners having been either recommended or ranked as leading individuals by Chambers Guide to the Legal Profession and The Legal 500, we have clearly built the UK’s leading specialist workplace and employment law firms. I’m particularly pleased to see so many of our lawyers recognised for their expertise as well as outstanding client care. Our policy of recruiting only the very best lawyers will continue with a recent example being the arrival of Head of Pensions - Partner,Andrew Campbell who joined from Slaughter & May. We will also continue to invest in developing our services and in particular Workplace Immigration. Partner, Anita de Atouguia has done a sterling job in developing one of the UK’s stand out business immigration practices and it was pleasing to see her once more recommended by The Legal 500.

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