Press Release

Morgan Lewis Earns Top Practice, Individual Rankings in 2017 Chambers Europe Guide

April 17, 2017

LONDON, April 17, 2017: Morgan Lewis received 17 individual rankings across 11 practice categories in the Chambers Europe 2017 guide. The results come just one month after the firm earned top marks in the Chambers Global 2017 edition, which placed Morgan Lewis in its Chambers Global Top 30 ranking for the first time.

The annual Chambers Europe guide covers 53 jurisdictions across Europe, from Greenland, the United Kingdom, and Ireland in the West to Russia, Turkey, and Ukraine in the East in addition to coverage on a Europe-wide scale. This year, Morgan Lewis earned a Band 1 ranking for Energy & Natural Resources in Russia and two Band 1 lawyer rankings.

Chambers & Partners rankings assess technical legal ability, professional conduct, client service, commercial astuteness, diligence, and commitment and are mostly based on extensive feedback gathered from thousands of lawyers and their clients all over the world in addition to the conduct of extensive independent research.

Morgan Lewis’s Chambers Europe 2017 Practice Rankings:


  • Competition/European Law

Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS)

  • Corporate/Commercial


  • Banking & Finance
  • Capital Markets
  • Corporate/M&A: High-End Capability
  • Energy & Natural Resources
  • Energy & Natural Resources: Mining
  • Private Equity
  • Real Estate
  • Restructuring/Insolvency
  • TMT

Individual Rankings

  • Carter Brod, Russia, Capital Markets (Expert Based Abroad in UK)
  • Roman Dashko, Russia, Corporate/M&A (Up and Coming)
  • Jonathan Hines, Russia, Energy & Natural Resources (Band 1) and Energy & Natural Resources: Mining
  • Bruce Johnston, Russia, Banking & Finance (Band 1) (Expert Based Abroad in UK)
  • Konstantin Kochetkov, Russia, Banking & Finance (Up and Coming)
  • Dmitry Kunitsa, Russia, Real Estate (Recognized Practitioner)
  • Alexander Marchenko, Russia, Energy & Natural Resources
  • Grigory Marinichev, Russia, Banking & Finance and Restructuring/Insolvency
  • Frances Murphy, United Kingdom, Competition/European Law
  • Omar Shah, United Kingdom, Competition/European Law
  • Izzet Sinan, Belgium, Competition/European Law
  • Sabine Smith-Vidal, France, Employment
  • Vasilisa Strizh, Russia, Corporate/M&A
  • Brian Zimbler, Russia, Corporate/M&A and Private Equity (Eminent Practitioner)