In the 2020 edition, which was launched today (10st October 2019), eight solicitors from GA’s specialist departments were praised for their work in their respective fields, including; family, personal injury, corporate mergers and acquisitions and real estate. This news follows the ranking of two of the firm’s private client solicitors in the specialist edition of Chambers (High Net Worth) earlier this year.

Chambers & Partners undertakes in-depth research of individual lawyers and law firms across 185 different jurisdictions. As part of the process they interview lawyers, clients and referrers to get a real feel of each solicitor’s work and only rank the best in their field.

GA Solicitors has had eight of its solicitors included in the UK guide: Michelle Grove (family law), Tony Cusack (corporate), Ian Downing (family law), Matthew Sheather (personal injury), Gloria Dyer (family law), Andrew Wonnacott (family law) and David Stone (real estate). Four of the firm’s departments (family, personal injury, real estate and corporate) were also highlighted by the guide.

Stephen Ramsden, managing partner of GA Solicitors, commented: “We are delighted to once again receive national recognition by the prestigious Chambers & Partners UK guide. This is the ‘go to’ directory for those looking for a legal professional and the research process is both comprehensive and onerous, with thorough research and interviews.

“We are pleased to have received such glowing reviews from our clients and truly value their feedback. To see such a high number of departments and individuals recognised is testament to the professional advice and high service levels that we provide at GA.”

GA Solicitors is also ranked in the Legal 500, which assesses the strengths of law firms in 150 different jurisdictions.

With more than 200 years of heritage, GA Solicitors is a multisector Plymouth law firm with 75 members of staff, offering guidance across seven specialist departments: business; family; employment; dispute resolution; wills, trusts & probate; conveyancing and personal injury.