A flurry of successes for Cripps’ private client team
We are delighted to announce that Cripps has retained its top tier ranking for its private client services in independent legal directory, the Chambers High Net Worth (HNW) Guide. The global guide detailing the top firms in the world, was launched in 2015. It seeks views from clients, peers and other professional advisers and ranks firms according to quality of advice and service levels. For more information on the guide and our ranking, please click here.
Cripps was also nationally recognised as a leading firm by the wealth management magazine ‘e-private client’ in their 2018 survey of the Top Law Firms. The firm’s family practice achieved an additional accolade of being recognised as a top family practice in the UK by e-private client.
Paul Fairbairn, who joined Cripps this year as a tax and estate lawyer, has also been listed in Legal Week’s Private Client Global Elite ‘Ones to Watch’ rankings for 2018. This is the second consecutive year that Paul has been included in the list which highlights the top private wealth lawyers, litigators and barristers around the world. Find out more.
Cripps Managing Associate, Stephen Horscroft, has been accepted as a fully accredited member of Solicitors for the Elderly (SFE) after successfully passing both the Older Client Care in Practice (OCCP) and the Older Client Law in Practice (OCLP) awards. We continue to expand our expertise in providing legal advice on mental capacity to ensure we provide the very best service to clients who need specialist advice in this area. Find out more.
These accolades are testament to the talented, dedicated people we have at Cripps and also to the clients we work with and who entrust us with their personal legal affairs – a privilege which we never take for granted.