Leeds-based law firm Clarion has reported "significant" revenue growth in the last financial year as the firm expands further.
Clarion saw revenues rise from £10.4 million in 2016 to £11.7 million in its last financial year, an increase of 14 percent. The 21-partner firm has continued to invest for growth, now employing 155 staff, and it anticipates a further ten hires in the coming months.
“Despite concerns about the potential for the UK economy slowing in the last quarter, it has actually carried on growing which reflects our experience that there has been no sign of any let-up in the market here. Having enjoyed record revenues in the last two quarters, we expect demand from our clients to continue in the year ahead,” commented Roger Hutton, joint managing partner of Clarion.
Mr Hutton added that the firm's "strong private client offering means that we are also able to look after the personal legal needs of business owners, providing a complete service from people they know and trust.”
Clarion reported healthy growth across all practice areas with the property, dispute resolution and corporate practices performing particularly well.
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