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Chambers 2012 - leaders in their field

03 November 2011

Chambers 2012

We are delighted that a number of our solicitors have been recognised as leaders in their field in the newly-published Chambers 2012 directory.

  • Partner James Grigg has retained the highest ranking in the county. Chambers says he has “a fantastic regionwide reputation for his ancillary relief work, and quotes a source as saying he is “head and shoulders the best ancillary relief solicitor in the region – a complete star!”
  • Partner Jonathan Mills is deemed to be a “super chap” who handles all aspects of commercial real estate investment and development with aplomb.
  • Susie Wynne is noted for her strengths in property management, investment and financing.

Commenting on the firm, Chambers says: “Willans generates applause as a result of “pulling out all the stops” to assist clients and demonstrating “commitment to the task” at hand”.

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