Find the Top Lawyers and Law Firms in the Chambers Europe Guide

Chambers Europe ranks lawyers and law firms across Europe. Chambers rankings are based on in-depth analysis gathered by our experienced team of researchers. To find out more, please see our methodology page.

If you are buying legal services in Europe, Chambers rankings and research will provide you with all the necessary information needed to make an informed decision.

Chambers Europe 2019
Europe Guide in Numbers

New in this release

  • Switzerland Sport ranking table - highlighting individuals who represent clients before CAS and advise on transfers, image rights, etc.
  • Restructuring of the Projects and Energy rankings in the French chapter
  • Construction section added to Netherlands Real Estate
  • Financial Services Regulation firms in Spain
  • White Collar-Crime in Italy
  • Construction in Norway (now a stand-alone table)

Chambers Europe Jurisdictions and Practice Areas

The Chambers Europe Guide covers 53 jurisdictions across Europe, from Greenland, the UK and Ireland in the West to Russia, Turkey and Ukraine in the East in addition to coverage on a Europe-wide and CEE-wide scale.

Chambers Europe Country Focus

In the largest jurisdictions, such as France, Germany, Spain and the UK, we cover many areas of law – about 25 in each. In smaller jurisdictions we usually cover about six areas of law. In the smallest jurisdictions, such as Andorra and Armenia, we cover only one area of law: General Business Law.

Key areas of law, such as Arbitration, Dispute Resolution, and Corporate, are also covered in our ‘Europe-Wide’ rankings and commentary. This Europe-wide coverage focuses on those law firms that operate across the continent. We also have separate 'Central & Eastern Europe' and 'Baltic States' chapters which rank firms that carry out work across those regions.

Chambers Research

Our Europe team is able to conduct interviews in a number of native languages, including German, French, Russian, Italian, Spanish, Romanian, Polish, Maltese and Hungarian.