Mundays LLP enter The Times Best Law Firms 2020.

Mundays LLP (Mundays) are thrilled to announce their inclusion in The Times Best Law Firms 2020.  The list of only 200 firms is based on recommendations made by more than 3,200 solicitors and barristers as well as lawyers in legal departments across England, Wales and Scotland.

Neale Andrews, Managing Partner of Mundays commented: “I am delighted for the team that we have been included in The Times Best Law Firms 2020 list.  The way in which the research is undertaken for this ranking reflects the high regard in which our peers within the law view our expertise and experience, putting us in the top 200 firms in England, Wales and Scotland.” To view Mundays’ entry in the list or you can view the full list.

Notes to Editors

About Mundays LLP

Mundays is a leading law firm which provides specialist legal advice to corporate and private clients. Recognising the importance of providing more than just excellent legal advice we strive to be considered as a trusted legal partner and deliver a service which goes far beyond “getting the job done”. Established in 1960 and based in Weybridge, Surrey with an office in London, Mundays has a diverse client base that includes many local businesses, individuals and families as well as major international and national companies. Mundays specialises in Corporate & Commercial, Dispute Resolution, Employment, Family, Private Wealth, Property, across a wide variety of industry sectors including retail, logistics, healthcare and property development. By gaining a deep understanding of clients’ businesses, Mundays is able to tailor its expertise and advice to meet clients’ needs – providing City standards at competitive rates. https://mundays.co.uk/

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