Smith Partnership Leading Legal Firm in ‘Legal 500’ 2016!

Smith Partnership is delighted to have been recognised again as a leading law firm with a reputation for excellent customer service in this year’s Legal 500 report, the annual guide to UK law firms.

Established in 1987, Smith Partnership has been moving up the rankings in the Legal 500 report year on year and is very excited to have recorded another great year, maintaining its position offering one of the only Family and Crime legal services team in Derby and Leicester with Legal 500 ‘Top Tier’ status.

It is clear from the report that the focus the company places on customer service has remained central to the way it workstoday, as it has since it was established nearly 30 years ago!

The Legal 500 is an annual guide to all law firms in the UK, aimed at buyers of legal services, to see who is leading the way in the profession, naming both practises and individuals. Law firms are invited submit their details each year, with expert researchers interviewing lawyers and clients to grade each firm.

Russell Davies, Partner at Smith Partnership said: “Our performance this year has been excellent and we are so pleased for our teams of professionals, who work so hard every day for our clients, across all areas of private and commercial law.

“Legal 500 gives us a benchmark of where we are as a law firm and this year's rankings shows we are continuing to compete strongly, in a very competitive market.

“We are also very pleased to have received Tier Two status in the Fraud category and the Dispute Resolution Debt Recovery category. Our progress is very satisfying and we hope to continue to improve next year.”

The company also entered a new category this year, Personal Injury, which they received Tier Three status.

Smith Partnership offers a full range of legal services to help clients manage the most important events in their private and commercial lives; with sensible planning to ensure peace of mind and legal protection.

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