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London: Public sector

Administrative and public law
Administrative and public law - ranked: tier 4

Saunders Law

A client found the service at  Saunders Law to be 'top notch' on a judicial review matter. Team head Nia Williams is noted as 'exceptionally experienced and tenacious' and 'always goes the extra mile for her clients.' Founding  partner James Saunders  is held up for 'his passion, commitment, sensitivity, and tactical astuteness.' The team is representing over 200 people in the  Hillsborough misfeasance group litigation against against South Yorkshire and West Midlands police and is also acting for a core participant in the  Grenfell Tower Inquiry. It handles a broad range of cases for claimants, many of which are high-profile and includes actions against police forces.

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Civil liberties and human rights
Civil liberties and human rights - ranked: tier 3

Saunders Law

Saunders Law is ‘very good at inquest and actions against the police’. The firm is acting for over 220 clients in civil proceedings for misfeasance against the South Yorkshire and West Midlands Police arising out of the Hillsborough stadium disaster. Nia Williams is a 'skilled strategist' who ‘works incredibly hard to try to get justice for all her clients’. Ceri Lloyd-Hughes  is noted for her work in public law proceedings involving the police, prisons and the Home Office. Ellie Cornish  joined from Fisher Meredith.

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    An e-trader, or merely a business which uses its website as a shop window, may be conducting an otherwise honest, lawful and legitimate business but unless they comply with domestic and European regulations properly identifying the name and address of the trader or trading enterprise, they could find themselves at the wrong end of a criminal prosecution.
    - Saunders Law Partnership

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