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Clarkslegal highly recommended in Chambers and Partners 2022

Clarkslegal is delighted to announce that once again we have been recognised as a Top Ranked firm by Chambers and Partners for the following practice areas; Construction, Employment, Litigation and Real Estate.

Chambers and Partners is an independent research company operating across 200 jurisdictions delivering detailed rankings and insight into the world’s leading lawyers.

Along with the recognition of our practice areas, five of our outstanding lawyers have been recommended by the directory; Antony Morris, Chris Tayton, Helen Beech, Michael Sippitt and Monica Atwal.

The strong rankings are further endorsed by highly complementary client and peer feedback. Please see below extracts from the editorial:


Accomplished team with the experience to handle an array of local, national and international matters. Advises a range of industry players, including contractors, developers and purchasers of construction services. Provides significant expertise in procurement and contract matters for major development projects. Also represents clients in disputes, including arbitrations and adjudications.

“Our impression of Clarkslegal is that they are expert in this field, and our matter was handled professionally at every stage.”

“The team has exceptional knowledge of construction law, grasps the issues quickly, and is detailed and diligent in its responses.”

“They were very economical with fees, well prepared, thorough, and were keen to focus on the issues that will win the client’s case.”


Advises on the full range of issues affecting employers and employees, with notable strength in restructures, TUPE transfers and senior executive matters. Also handles large-scale litigation, tribunals and problems with regard to industrial relations. Acts for a range of clients from small businesses to large employers in the automotive, technology, pharmaceutical and gambling sectors.

“I really enjoy working with Clarkslegal. My questions are answered quickly and comprehensively and they have the best interests of my business at heart.”

“The Clarkslegal team are commercial and good to work with. They get what our business needs and tell me what I need to hear.”

“Helen Beech is a fantastic lawyer to work with – she really understands the commercial needs of our business and gives advice that is aligned with our legal requirements and core values.”

“Monica Atwal is solution-oriented and understands our business.”


Regularly involved in high-profile disputes. Acts for clients active in a variety of sectors, including the energy and automotive industries. Expertise covers a wide range of commercial disputes, including the termination of supply contracts and procurement litigation.

“Clarkslegal are head and shoulders above other lawyers – attentive, helpful and knowledgeable. I’ve used many firms in my business career and Clarkslegal are superior in the service areas they cover.”

“Their litigation department is a great outfit.”

“Antony Morris is very thorough and very efficient. Any issue I refer to him he explores all the avenues and then promptly gives constructive advice.”

“Christopher Tayton is excellent – he provides great attention to detail and is super commercial.”

Real Estate

Advises on major commercial and residential property transactions and development projects. Also equipped to assist with complex investment and portfolio management matters. Regularly handles public sector work, including assisting education and healthcare clients. Strong client base consists of notable regional and national organisations. Further strength in advising clients in the hotels and leisure sector.

You can view Clarkslegal’s rankings on the Chambers and Partners website.

Monica Atwal

Managing Partner

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+44 118 960 4605

Clarkslegal recognised as a Top Ranked firm by Chambers and Partners for the following practice areas; Construction, Employment, Litigation and Real Estate.

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Monica Atwal

Managing Partner

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+44 118 960 4605

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