Chambers and Partners Ranking Question

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SprangTyme
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Chambers and Partners Ranking Question

Postby SprangTyme » Fri Jun 24, 2011 3:33 pm

I am trying to understand the Chambers and Partners website. When I look at practice areas, it breaks them down into "elite" and then "highly regarded." What is the difference? Should a tier 4 elite be better than a tier 1 highly regarded? I am confused as to what the differences are.

Thanks!

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Re: Chambers and Partners Ranking Question

Postby alumniguy » Fri Jun 24, 2011 3:38 pm

SprangTyme wrote:I am trying to understand the Chambers and Partners website. When I look at practice areas, it breaks them down into "elite" and then "highly regarded." What is the difference? Should a tier 4 elite be better than a tier 1 highly regarded? I am confused as to what the differences are.

Thanks!


Yes, any "elite" ranking is better than any "highly regarded." For what it is worth, not all practice ares have the "elite" rankings - it is basically reserved for headline type work, e.g., M&A




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