MERSEYSIDE law firm Brown Turner Ross has marked its 137th year by announcing its move to new offices in St. Paul’s Square, along with a brand refresh, a host of new appointments and strong first quarter financial figures.
Brown Turner Ross has also increased its headcount by 25% by recruiting six specialists, taking its team to 30, with Natalie Tomlinson (head of housing disrepair), Claire Hamilton (private client solicitor) and Vicki Coulthurst (property solicitor) all joining in senior positions.
Founded in 1884, the firm which has offices in Southport and Liverpool, has also carried out a full brand refresh.
The company has also recorded strong figures at the start of 2021, with Brown Turner Ross’s family matters team in particular recording a 10% uplift in results, compared to this time last year.
Sam Bushell, managing director at Brown Turner Ross, said: “I would like to applaud our people who, despite working from home, have shown a true dedication in maintaining client care with real knowledge and skill to achieve our clients aim. As we embark on exit from lockdown, we are in a strong position to grow further.”
As well as new appointments, the company has also celebrated in the successes and progression of its staff members, with Rebecca Chase joining the company as a paralegal in the private client team in March 2020, before later climbing the ladder to accept a training contract to become a trainee solicitor in November of the same year.