Today Chambers Global released their annual rankings for Global Law Firm Networks and for the sixth year in succession Multilaw has achieved ‘Elite’ status. This year saw the number of networks in the Elite category remain at 9 which is the same as last year, it having been whittled down from 10 in 2018.
Chambers researchers looked for and found evidence of integration across the member firms and were impressed by the innovation and activity driven centrally by the Global Office. As with previous years the researchers interviewed a number of clients who work with Multilaw firms seeking their opinions on the network. The Chambers review said of us: “Clients are guaranteed top-level service, which is ensured through continual appraisals.”
Multilaw Executive Director Adam Cooke said: “I am delighted that for the sixth year in succession Multilaw has achieved ‘Elite’ status as a legal network in the Chambers Global Guide. A large amount of credit is due to our member firms, 80% of whom have achieved a Chambers ranking in one or more practice areas across the range of Chambers guides this year, this is up 10% on last year which is great to see!”