Clarion, the Leeds-based law practice, is continuing to help make headway with its growth plans with revenue showing “significant growth” in the last financial year.
The firm saw revenues rise from 10.4 million in 2016 to 11.7 million rolling around in its last financial year C a rise of 14%.
The 21-partner firm continues to shell out for growth, now employing 155 staff, but it anticipates an added 10 hires in the coming months.
“Despite concerns with regards to the prospects for united kingdom economy slowing over the last quarter, it’s actually extended growing which reflects our experience there has long been no signal of any let-up already in the market here,” said joint managing partner Roger Hutton.”
“Having enjoyed record revenues over the last two quarters, we expect demand from our clients to remain in ahead.
“Over the past 11 years we’ve placed great concentration on allowing the right culture.? Making certain we’ve highly engaged and motivated people ‘s what sets us apart and enables us to consistently deliver for clients.
“Going forward, the debate on maintaining and recruiting talented workers will remain a cornerstone in our ethos.
“Last year, we again saw double digit increase in staff numbers, as well as getting developing our home-grown talent with two born and raised Clarion lawyers, Marie Pugh and Lynsey Harrison, being promoted to partner and heading up their own personal practice areas in banking and contentious private client respectively.”
Clarion reports healthy growth across all practice areas while using property, dispute resolution and corporate practices performing particularly well.
Mr Hutton added: “Overall, we have seen an extended appetite from the clients to work and become deals done and now we anticipate that this continue.”