Gold Jennings recommended by Legal 500 and Chambers and Partners again

We are delighted that once again we have been recognised by Legal 500 and Chambers and Partners directories.

In the prestigious Chambers and Partners 2024 guide, the firm as a whole has risen from Band 3 to Band 2 for Administrative and Public Law: Traditional Claimant, and retains its ranking as a Band 3 firm for Police Law: Mainly Claimant. For the first time, we are a ranked firm for Human Rights and Civil Liberties.

Five of our lawyers are individually ranked. In Public Law, Clare Jennings is now Band 1, Rachel Etheridge is Star Associate, and Olivia Halse retains her position as Associate to Watch. Louise Eardley, who recently re-joined the firm, has also been recognised as an Associate to Watch. Matthew Gold rises to Band 2 for Police Law and Clare Jennings retains her position as Band 4 for Civil Liberties and Human Rights.

In 2024 Legal 500, the firm as a whole retains its position as Band 2 for Administrative and Public Law and Band 3 for Civil Liberties and Human Rights. Clare Jennings remains a Next Generation Partner, with Matthew Gold, Rachel Etheridge and Chez Cotton being noted as Key Lawyers.


Gold Jennings are adept at dealing with complicated claims at every stage on behalf of very vulnerable clients.

“Gold Jennings is a small firm that really packs a punch. They are brilliant, bold and not afraid to challenge the state.”

“Clare is a high-level strategic thinker. She is passionate and committed to her clients.”

Matthew Gold is able to crunch down on the detail. He is really on the pulse of new defences that relate to his cases.”

“Rachel produces a high standard of work; she is also detailed and hard-working.”

Olivia Halse is an excellent and tenacious solicitor – she leaves no stone unturned for her clients.