Herbert Smith Freehills’ Global Arbitration Practice Ranked Top Three in the World for the Third Year Running

Global Arbitration Review (GAR) has unveiled its annual ranking of the world’s leading international arbitration practices, with Herbert Smith Freehills ranked in the top three for the third year in a row.

The firm’s GAR 30 ranking appears in the 11th edition of the GAR 100, which was revealed last night at the eighth annual GAR Awards ceremony at the Four Seasons George V hotel in Paris.

Highlighted again by the publication as a “force to be reckoned with”, GAR reports that the firm has seen an “influx” of high-value work “on the back of some high-profile results”. GAR reveals that the firm’s portfolio of pending investment treaty work is “as large as it’s ever been” – with nine cases worth more than US$1 billion (including one worth US$18 billion).

The firm also achieves a large number of peer-recognised specialists across the global network, having a total of 13 people featured in ‘Who’s Who Legal’.

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HERBERT SMITH FREEHILLS’ GLOBAL ARBITRATION PRACTICE RANKED TOP THREE IN THE WORLD FOR SECOND YEAR RUNNING

For the second-year running, Herbert Smith Freehills' Global Arbitration Practice has been showcased as being the third busiest in the world as part of the prominent annual Global Arbitration Review (GAR) 30 rankings.

The firm's new GAR 30 ranking appears in the tenth edition of the GAR 100, which was unveiled on 29 March 2017 at the seventh annual GAR Awards at the Palazzo Parigi Hotel, in Milan.

Highlighted by the publication as a "force to be reckoned with", GAR reports a significant spike in high-value work for the firm, with 14 cases worth more than US$1 billion (including one worth US$18 billion).

The firm also achieves a large number of peer-recognised specialists across the global network, having a total of 15 people featured in Who’s Who Legal: Arbitration, the highest figure of any firm in the GAR 30.

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