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30 Park Place chambers has been shortlisted for the ‘Set outside London of the Year’ award, and Lloyd Williams KC has been nominated for ‘Personal Injury Silk of the Year’ at the Legal 500 Awards 2023.

The barristers’ chambers has gained widespread recognition for its exceptional legal services and commitment to excellence and said that these award shortlistings ‘demonstrate its prowess in delivering first-class advocacy and advisory services to clients across a wide range of legal practice areas’.

Chambers added:

“The ‘Set outside London of the Year’ shortlisting is a testament to chambers’ dedication, expertise, and notable contributions to the legal profession. It reflects our commitment to providing exceptional service and innovative solutions to their clients, solidifying our reputation as a leading barristers’ chambers across England & Wales.”

Renowned for his expertise in personal injury law, Lloyd Williams KC has consistently achieved outstanding results for his clients, displaying remarkable skill, compassion, and legal acumen in his practice.

Chambers said that the nomination for the Personal Injury Silk of the Year award is in recognition of ‘his significant contributions to the field of personal injury law, where he has made a positive impact on the lives of countless individuals and families affected by personal injuries. His expertise, courtroom advocacy, and unwavering dedication to securing justice have earned him the respect and admiration of his peers and clients alike’.

30 Park Place has also recently welcomed five new members of chambers, joining from sets in Wales and from London. Read more here.

The Legal 500 Awards

The Legal 500 Awards are recognised as one of the most prestigious accolades within the legal industry, honouring the outstanding performance and achievements of law firms and barristers across the United Kingdom. The awards ceremony is scheduled to take place on the evening of Tuesday, 3 October 2023, at the London Hilton Park Lane. View the full shortlist here.