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Peerpoint awarded a top ranking by Chambers

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For the second consecutive year, Peerpoint has been awarded a 'Band One' ranking in the global ‘flexible legal staffing’ category by Chambers in their alternative legal service providers (ALSP) guide. 

In awarding Peerpoint a top ranking, Chambers gathered a strong and positive impression of our capabilities with respect to flexible legal staffing. Their research for the guide included interviewing, and meeting with leading alternative service providers, their clients, corporate GCs and other large purchasers of alternative legal services as well as third-party market commentators. They also conducted a general industry-wide survey of clients analysing qualitative feedback concerning technical ability, client service and value for money, with one client commenting: "Their services are terrific. I find the quality of the interface with Peerpoint, and the quality of the individuals presented, to be higher than the competition".

In their review, Chambers said: “Allen & Overy’s flexible legal staffing platform, Peerpoint, was founded in 2013 and has quickly become one of the most successful captive ALSPs in the New Law field. The platform provides clients access to over 350 lawyers qualified in a number of global jurisdictions and based across Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore, United Arab Emirates and the United Kingdom. These lawyers range from former law firm partners and senior in-house counsel through to more junior lawyers, who regularly act for a client base comprising leading corporates, financial institutions and investors.”

View the flexible legal staffing table on the Chambers website.