Gold Jennings recognised in Chambers and Partners for another year

We are pleased to announce that Gold Jennings has once again been included in the prestigious Chambers and Partners UK Rankings for 2023 in Band 3 in both the Police Law and Administrative and Public Law categories.

In the Police Law category our firm is recognised as having a strong team of practitioners who are highly experienced in the area of police misconduct.

In Administrative and Public Law our firm is recognised for its expertise in acting for claimants in judicial review and damages claims, with particular focus on the rights of migrants and children, and for the “exceptional service and client care“. The “impressive” Public Law team is said to be “very competent and knowledgeable” with “high levels of expertise” “handling bold challenges to the government”.

Our lawyers

Beyond this firmwide acclaim, Chambers and Partners’ 2022 rankings also recognise several Gold Jennings lawyers for their outstanding achievements.

Director Matthew Gold retains his position as a Band 3 Police Law solicitor, noted for his experience advising claimants on complex claims including malicious prosecution, misfeasance, and those involving domestic violence and sexual assault, as well as his work on inquest proceedings.  He is “great,” “really thorough” and “will always find the best route to look after his clients“.

Director and Head of Public Law, Clare Jennings, is a recommended lawyer in Band 2 for Administrative and Public Law and Band 4 for Civil Liberties and Human Rights. Clare has been recognised for her work in claims against local authorities and central government departments on matters concerning migrants’ rights, healthcare and data retention. She is described as “detail-oriented, responsive and one of those partners who is in the weed of matters” and “super diligent when it comes to strategic litigation“.

Senior Associate Solicitor for public law, Olivia Halse has been named as an Associate to Watch for the first time being “highly” rated and described as “so clever and her clients love her“.

Senior Associate Solicitor for public law, Rachel Etheridge has been included as an Associate to Watch for the second year in a row where she is described as “excellent” and “a dream to work with“.