Edwin Coe is delighted to announce that Alison Broadberry has been listed as one of eprivateclient’s 50 Most Influential Private Client Practitioners for 2019. This list ranks leaders from the private client accountancy, legal, trust and family law sectors based in the UK and UK Crown Dependencies.
Alison’s award marks the end of a successful year for the Private Client team. In 2018, Edwin Coe was listed as a top private client law firm in eprivateclient’s Top Law Firms rankings, as well as in The Times’ guide to the Best Law Firms 2018. The team’s three highly experienced partners, Alison Broadberry, David Goepel and Nick Giles, are all independently ranked in the leading legal directories: Chambers and Legal 500.
The quality of our associates has also been recognised this year with some fantastic achievements including: Ania Chapman being shortlisted as a lawyer of the year in the Citywealth Future Leaders Awards; Wendy Hall being ranked in the Top 35 under 35 list by eprivateclient; and Ben Harle winning a STEP Worldwide Excellence Award for being one of the global top scoring students at distinction level in his STEP Advanced Certificate in Cross Border Estates.
Practice head, Alison Broadberry commented “I am very proud of what the team achieved in 2018.
The number of independent industry recognitions for so many of the private client team were impressive. As we move into 2019, these awards should give our clients and their advisors even more confidence that we will be able to deal with their matters; whether UK or international, complex, detailed or sensitive – we will be delighted to continue to work together with you to make a positive difference to your clients’ wills, tax, trust and estate planning.”
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