We would like to congratulate 5SAH and its members for their successes in Chambers and Partners 2017 Edition.

The team of POCA and Asset Recovery barristers continue to be ranked as band 2 within this specialist field.

Andrew Bird was again confirmed as a star individual.  James Fletcher continued his banding as a top ranked band 1 barrister and James Dennison was confirmed in his ranking as a band 3 individual.

Congratulations to the Criminal Team, who went up the rankings from a band 5 to a band 4.  

Well done to Christopher May (band 6) and Gary Pons (band 5), who were recognised by Chambers and Partners for the first time this year as leaders in their field in criminal law.  Mark Cotter improved his ranking and has gone up from a band 4 to a band 3, as has John Warrington who is now a band 5, previously listed as a band 6 individual.  Dominic Connolly continues to be recognised as a band 4 leader in the field of crime.

Our Financial Crime Team were recognised for having 3 leaders in this field of work, Edmund Burge (band 4) who was not previously listed and Jenny Goldring continues her listing as a band 4 barrister.  David Stern was recognised for his work in this area and he moves from a band 4, to a band 3.

The Extradition Team also gained 2 new listings, Gemma Lindfield and Louisa Collins are now both listed as band 3 extradition barristers.

Congratulations to Ben Keith who is now listed as top ranked band 1, Natasha Draycott has moved from a band 3 to a band 2 and Rebecca Hill has also moved up from a band 3 to a band 2. David Josse Q.C. continues to be ranked as a band 2.

Well done everyone.