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Vardags children department celebrated in Legal 500 2020

By Thea Dunne -

Vardags children department celebrated in Legal 500 2020

Vardags children department has been singled out by the Legal 500 with a glowing endorsement in the industry-leading rankings published last week.

Vardags, which “specialises in high-profile, high-net-worth and complex international litigation” ranked for its family departments in London, Manchester and Cambridge, as well as its Criminal Department based in the capital. Founder and President Ayesha Vardag was also celebrated as a ‘leading individual’.

Testimonials drew particular attention to the firm’s children team, which led by Director Katherine Res Pritchard, was praised as “the one to watch” and Katherine herself as on her way to becoming “the leading private law children's lawyer in London”.

"Vardags is well known for its divorce and money work, it has a newly revamped children department that is a force to be reckoned with and is one to watch for its children's work."
"Katherine Res Pritchard – I think is destined in time to become the leading private law children's lawyer in London."

Delighted by the outcome, Katherine had this to say: “I am very proud of everyone in the children department. They have been all been working incredibly hard, with huge success. They thoroughly deserve this recognition. I would like to thank Ayesha and the whole, first-rate team at Vardags for their continued support. This would not have been possible without them.”

Katherine has long since established herself as a rising star, with her prolific output in legal journals and reputation within the firm for winning ‘unwinnable cases’. This latest accolade just reiterates Katherine and her team’s arrival as the major player in children work.

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Thea Dunne

Thea joined Vardags in September 2016. She read English at Trinity College, Cambridge and now writes as a legal journalist as well as manages Vardags' publicity.