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Who's Who Legal: Private client

"Outstanding nominees" from Maurice Turnor Gardner, representing "London-based private wealth boutique" including two of the five most highly regarded practitioners are indentified in Who's Who Legal's Private Client market place analysis.

Out of the 531 private client specialists listed from 255 firms across 51 jurisdictions, Clare Maurice and Ceris Gardner were in the top 5 most Highly Regarded Individuals in London. The former is lauded for her "unequalled experience of the private client market" and the latter was deemed a "definite inclusion" by peers who point to her "market-leading expertise in trust transfers and tax planning" as the reason for her success.  Both are joined by Richard Turnor, Arabella Murphy and newly included was Ed Powles as "a well-known lawyer who comes highly recommended for his private client and commercial trusts practice".

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