About Chambers Europe
Chambers Europe ranks the leading lawyers and law firms across Europe. Our legal rankings are based on in-depth analysis and research, conducted by our experienced team of researchers. For more information on our methodology and insights into our submissions process, please visit our methodology page.
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Chambers Europe 2021 webinar
Our in-depth research runs from March to November.
The Europe guide covers practice areas in over 52 jurisdictions and three regions, including Europe-wide, CEE-wide and Baltic-wide. In the largest jurisdictions, we cover up to 30 different practice areas, whereas others centre on a General Business Law table with relevant subsections to highlight specialisms.
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Number of unique ranked law firms by Country: France, Switzerland, Benelux, Hungary and Romania
This provides a comparison of the number of unique ranked law firms across France, Switzerland, Benelux, Hungary and Romania.
Number of unique ranked law firms by Country: Germany, Austria and CEE
This provides a comparison of the number of unique ranked law firms across Germany, Austria and CEE.
Number of unique ranked law firms by Country: Greece, Ireland, Italy, Portugal, Spain and the Nordic Countries
This provides a comparison of the number of unique ranked law firms across Greece, Ireland, Italy, Portugal, Spain and the Nordic Countries.
New tables and sub-tables
Romania: New Arbitration subsection in Dispute Resolution
Romania: Projects & Energy table
Belgium: Arbitration subsection in Dispute Resolution
Belgium: Capital Markets subsection
Sweden: New Administrators/Trustees table in Restructuring/Insolvency
Legal Topics for Chambers Europe
Submissions for Chambers Europe 2022
For firms looking to rank in the next edition of the Chambers Europe guide, find out upcoming submission deadlines and advice and answers to the most frequently asked questions around submissions.
Social Media and its Impact on Employment Law
Following the suspension of members of the England Cricket team for offensive social media posts, this article looks at how Social Media has changed Employment Law and examines legal cases in which employees were dismissed for social posts. Can employers act on social media posts made by their employees? Read now for further insights.
Trends and Highlights from the German Legal Market
Chambers Europe Deputy Editor, Frida Sjostedt recently wrote for a leading German publication sharing some key findings from the Chambers Europe research. Read what these key highlights and trends were.
Diversity and Inclusion Highlights for Chambers Europe 2021
Furthering Diversity and Inclusion is an important area of focus for Chambers. Gain insights into how the Chambers Europe team worked to ensure D&I was key and included in this year’s rankings and view the key highlights and results.
Female Lawyers in Romania
The Romanian jurisdiction has a decade-long history of standing out among the other European countries for the presence of a high number of female lawyers within the legal profession and, consequently, our rankings.
Meet the Research and Editorial team