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Goodman Ray will be ranked in the 2016 issue of Chambers & Partners.

This year’s entry sees Goodman Ray’s expertise in cross-border disputes recognised for the first time by the publication. Peggy Ray continues to be listed as a leader in the field of public law and is joined this year by Emma Sherrington. Kevin Skinner and Janet Broadley appear in the rankings as leaders in the field of cross-border disputes.

The 2016 issue of Chambers & Partners will be released in October 2015.

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