Again, Slaughter and May and Linklaters hold down the top spots by overall numbers and their relative market value. Dickson Minto has secured third place on the former basis, while Pinsent Masons and CMS edged up in the top half of the table. Linklaters and Stephenson Harwood continued to make progress through the mid-table rankings, with the latter adviser registering a quartet of client wins. Dentons UK and Middle East also bumped up its client count appreciably through the quarter, while Hill Dickinson, Memery Crystal and Fieldfisher improved their standings through the period, which was also favourable for Mourant.
Data as at our most recent printed guide. Figures in brackets relate to the previous quarter.