Times newspaper hails Hudgell Solicitors as one of ‘Best 200 Law Firms’ in England and Wales for third successive year

Rachel Di-Clemente, Chief Executive at Hudgell Solicitiors

Rachel Di-Clemente, Chief Executive at Hudgell Solicitiors

Hudgell Solicitors has been hailed as one of the ‘Best 200 Law Firms’ in England and Wales by The Times newspaper for the third year in succession.

It is the latest accolade for the firm on the back of extensive inclusions for departments and lawyers in the leading Legal 500 and Chambers and Partners 2023 legal guides, which were recently published.

It also follows Hudgells’ lawyers being continually recognised for their work at industry awards events, including the Personal Injury Awards and the Yorkshire Legal Awards.

Commended for work in personal injury and clinical negligence claims by The Times, and with high-profile cases led by the civil liberties and human rights departments also highlighted, chief executive Rachel Di Clemente says it is an impressive reflection on the firm’s continuing high levels of performance.

“We’re delighted to be named in this prestigious list of leading law firms once again,” she said.

“When we first broke into this list three years ago we were determined not to celebrate it as a one-off success, but to use it as a marker of the quality of our work and service to clients, and challenged ourselves to make sure it was a list we were named in year after year.

“To be included for a third year in succession, at a time when there have been many challenges in the legal sector, is a fantastic reflection of how we’ve developed as a business, with an approach that we use our legal expertise to fight for our clients, stand up for the vulnerable and give a voice to those seeking justice.

“A big part of our work has focussed on supporting people who have found us to be the only ones listening, and the only ones prepared to fight their cause, and that makes us exceptionally proud.”

On the day of the 2023 Times ‘Best 200 Law Firms’ list being announced, Hudgells’ legal team was representing the families of victims of the Manchester Arena Bombing as the latest findings of a Public Inquiry were announced.

The firm also continues to represent former subpostmasters to have convictions relating to the Post Office Horizon scandal quashed, at the ongoing Public Inquiry, and in pursuing compensation for malicious prosecution.


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