Hesketh Henry recognised by Chambers and Partners

Legal directory ranked firm's five lawyers and three practice groups

Hesketh Henry recognised by Chambers and Partners

Hesketh Henry has announced that it has once again been ranked in 2022 Chambers and Partners Asia-Pacific legal directory.

For 2022, Chambers has individually recognised partners Simon Cartwright and Nick Gillies.

Cartwright is a transport and trade law specialist, with expertise in shipping, marine insurance, logistics, commodities trading, trade finance, sanctions, and international debt recovery. He leads the firm’s trade and transport group.

For four consecutive years, Chambers has highly ranked Cartwright for his expertise in shipping, marine insurance, and related disputes.

“[Cartwright] is very knowledgeable in the marine sector,” one client said. “He is approachable and easy to work with.”

Gillies is a specialist construction lawyer and the head of the firm’s construction group. He has written several published papers and regularly speaks on building law topics and the construction industry.

Chambers has again ranked Gillies for his outstanding knowledge of the construction law.

“[Gillies] is a very astute construction lawyer with strong litigation experience, as well as front-end experience,” another client said.

For their expertise in the employment law, partners Jim Roberts and Alison Maelzer, and senior associate Jodi Sharman have been individually recommended by Chambers in the legal directory.

In addition, Chambers has included the firm’s employment, insurance, and construction groups in the rankings.

Based in London, Chambers and Partners is an independent research company operating across 200 jurisdictions delivering detailed rankings and insight into the world’s leading lawyers. It ranks leading law firms and individual lawyers based on in-depth research and interviews with lawyers’ clients and peers.

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