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Published 30 September 2022
International law firm DAC Beachcroft is pleased to announce that the firm has achieved 32 top-tier rankings in The Legal 500 UK 2023 guide. Furthermore, 111 DACB lawyers have been recognised individually.
DACB has maintained its top-tier positions in areas including Clinical Negligence (defendant), Commercial Litigation, Commercial Property, Construction, Employment, Health, Health & Safety, Immigration, M&A, Personal Injury (defendant), Product Liability, and Professional Negligence.
Ten DACB partners have retained their positions in The Legal 500 Hall of Fame, which recognises law firm partners who have received constant praise from their clients for continued excellence and are at the pinnacle of the profession. These partners include Nigel Montgomery (in two categories), Chris Wilkes, Andrew Parker, David Knapp, Tania Sless, Giles Hindle, Rhodri Richards, Sara May and Michael Peeters.
DACB also boasts 53 Leading Individual rankings, as well as 25 Next Generation Partners and 23 Rising Stars, reflecting the strong pipeline of up-and-coming talent at the firm. Twelve DACB lawyers were recognised by The Legal 500 for the first time this year.
In the feedback given to The Legal 500, clients praised DAC Beachcroft for delivering “consistently good results at competitive rates”, “high quality” advice, “commercial solutions”, and “excellent client service and care”. Its lawyers were described as “pragmatic, sensible and brave”, with “great client management skills”, and “a pleasure to work with”.
The Legal 500 rankings reflect detailed analysis of law firm submissions and thousands of interviews with GCs and private practice lawyers, conducted by its team of researchers.