Rural team wins further praise from Chambers 2019


The rural team at law firm Sintons has won further recognition of its capability, this time from Chambers 2019.

Tom Wills, head of agriculture and estates, was named by Chambers as a notable practitioner, in recognition of his outstanding capability and efforts in growing his department.

The specialist team at Newcastle-based Sintons has grown significantly in recent years and is widely regarded as being a key player in its field, with strong capability and a long-standing client base of rural families and businesses.

The latest praise for the team comes only shortly after similar recognition from Legal 500 2018, which again hailed the work of the team and recognised Tom Wills’ capability to handle the most complex of deals.

Mark Quigley, managing partner of Sintons, said: “Our rural team is regarded in the highest terms in the marketplace, in recognition of our many years of being at the very forefront of advising clients in this sphere. Many of our rural clients, both private clients and businesses, have been with us for years, and in many cases multiple generations, and we have built strong and trusting relationships. In addition to our strong and growing presence and capability in this area, led by the outstanding efforts of Tom Wills, this is an offering that few other firms can rival.


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