Sintons shortlisted for Private Client Team of the Year
The team is known for being one of the best in the North of England, with its expertise in both contentious and non-contentious work attracting instructions from throughout the UK.
Sintons’ fast-growing private client team, which continues to add new talent from across the country, has recently attracted praise from both the Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners, with its latest rankings again confirming the team as a leader in its field.
Both independent legal guides praised Sintons’ commitment to delivering legal excellence, alongside a client service of the highest standard, and pointed to the willingness of the team to go over and beyond expectations on behalf of its clients.
Now, its commitment to delivering the highest possible standards has resulted in it being shortlisted for the Legal 500 Northern Powerhouse Awards.
The awards were established to recognise the lawyers, law firms and in-house legal departments leading the way across the North of England.
The winners will be announced in a ceremony in Manchester in March 2023.
Paul Nickalls, head of the private client team at Sintons – and a longstanding name in Legal 500’s leading lawyer list – said: “We are delighted with this shortlisting, which is a worthy reward for the work of our team in delivering the best possible standards in legal and client excellence, and adds further to our reputation as a true leader in our field in the North of England.
“For the past 126 years, Sintons has supported private clients across the region, and our reputation, capability and geographical presence in this area of work continues to grow. We continue to win new instructions from across the country, regularly handling matters of particularly high value and complexity, and our recruitment of new talent is ongoing.
“Again, both Legal 500 and Chambers and Partners endorsed the quality of what we do, and this shortlisting provides yet more independent confirmation of Sintons as a private client advisor of the highest quality.”