Hyphen Law's Kelly Knight recognised in Chambers and Partners 2021 Guide

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Specialist Court of Protection law firm, Hyphen Law, has been celebrating its recent success in the highly respected legal guide, Chambers and Partners UK.

Senior Associate Kelly Knight has been recognised by the leading independent guide as ‘an Associate to watch’ a Chambers and Partners endorsement for Senior Associates who have done exemplary work in the background of major cases.

The 2021 legal directory describes Kelly as “organised, compassionate, understanding and extremely knowledgeable when handling legal issues.”

Kelly who has been with Hyphen Law for seven years, is a highly experienced lawyer who specialises in providing expert legal advice and support on property and financial matters for people who lack capacity to make their own decisions, many of whom have severe brain injuries or a mental health condition.

Kelly’s success in the Chambers and Partners UK guide comes hot on the heels of her recent inclusion in the independent ‘legal bible’ the Legal 500 2021 guide published last month.

The Legal 500 guide describes Kelly as someone who “hits the sweet spot of being both fun to work with and really on the ball.”

 It goes on to say she has “demonstrated a high level of professional expertise in a very approachable manner. Her presentation of complex information in a clear and comprehensive format is impressive, and she is passionate about doing what is best for her clients.”

Kelly said: “I am so pleased to be recognised as an Associate to watch in the latest Chambers and Partners legal guide. I enjoy helping and supporting clients and their families who are facing the toughest of challenges, ensuring that their best interests are looked after when it comes to important decisions concerning their finances. It is extremely gratifying to be praised for a job you love doing.”

Director of Hyphen Law Christine Bunting also receives special recognition in the latest edition of the Chambers and Partners UK guide.

Christine is described as “efficient, responsive and takes a very collaborative approach.” This complements the praise she received in last month’s Legal 500 where it was noted she is “an outstanding practitioner” with “an amazing depth of knowledge that she is always willing to share and she is incredibly supportive of those around her.”