Stokoe Partnership Solicitors has been ranked for its Crime, POCA Work & Asset Forfeiture expertise in the Chambers & Partners UK 2023 Guide.
The Firm’s Crime practice has been highly ranked by the Guide, which notes that the Firm is renowned “For its expert handling of serious crime cases” and that “There is an outstanding level of performance at every level, from trainees through to senior partners.”
Founding Partner Bambos Tsiattalou retains his Band 2 ranking for Crime, and Chambers describes him as a “Strategic mastermind who gets results” who “Combines 30 years of experience with fierce commitment to his clients’ interests and the ability to connect and genuinely team with those he represents.”
The Firm is also ranked as a Legal Aid Specialist for Crime and is listed in the Chambers’ new “Spotlight Table”, where Chambers notes that “The entire team is very service-oriented, proactive, and has demonstrated the highest level of legal expertise.”
In relation to POCA Work & Asset Forfeiture, the Firm is ranked Band 2, with the Guide noting that the Firm has “Respected criminal defence practitioners with wide-ranging POCA experience”, and that the Firm is “Incredibly competent in representing both civil and criminal clients with international interests, working tirelessly to secure evidence, meet with clients and engage constructively with legal teams in other jurisdictions.”
Chambers notes that Bambos “Is a force of nature, working fearlessly and tirelessly for his clients. Highly experienced in the most challenging matters, he is rapidly establishing a reputation in the civil space to complement his already commanding reputation for criminal defence.”
The Guide notes that Amjid “Has extensive experience in complex cross border criminal matters, guiding clients with a steady hand and advising on the likely avenues to be taken by prosecutors.”
Chambers notes that Brian “Is recognised for acting on confiscation proceedings.”
A link to the Firm’s profile on the Chambers & Partners website can be found here.