Legal 500 rankings 2023 for 4-5 Gray’s Inn Square
4-5 Gray’s Inn Square has maintained its top tier status in Social Housing (London), as well as being ranked in Local Government, Dispute Resolution (Mediators), Elections, Administration and Public Law, Inquests and Inquiries, Planning, Property litigation as well as Social Housing in the Regional Bar (Midlands Circuit)
There was recognition for 19 individual members across all levels, from Leading Silks, Juniors and Rising Stars, with praise also given to the clerking team at 4-5 who are noted for being “excellent, friendly, approachable” as well as their ability to supply counsel at short notice.
4-5 brings together a diverse, dedicated and talented group of individuals, delivering expertise in an extensive number of practice areas. What is evident from the feedback is that the approachability, creativity and technical ability of 4-5’s members is both consistent across the board and underpinned by exceptional clerking and administrative support.
We would like to extend our thanks to all those clients, colleagues and peers who took the time to give their feedback.
Some of the feedback received includes:
“I have always found these chambers to be extremely helpful and professional. They have always found us counsel, sometimes at very short notice. They are very prompt in responding to emails and in providing quotes for counsel’s fees. It has always been a pleasure dealing with them.’
“4-5 Grays Inn Square is a solid set who can be relied upon; regardless of the matter one can be guaranteed to receive the same level of excellence across the board.’
“4-5 Gray’s Inn Square is a very efficient chambers with a large number of skilled barristers.’
‘I’ve found this chambers to be fantastic. It is always helpful, approachable and adaptable. I’ve never had an issue in relation to counsel’s availability. I have used quite a few counsel and have been very impressed with them all.’
‘I specifically chose this particular set of chambers for its strength and depth of knowledge in social housing law. It specialises in housing law, so I felt comforted in the knowledge that if one practitioner hadn’t been available, there were numerous other housing law experts who could step in.’