Aaron & Partners celebrates record-breaking year
1st June, 2017
Annual fee income at Chester law firm tops £8 million for the first time
Chester and Shrewsbury-based law firm Aaron & Partners LLP is celebrating a record year after annual fee income grew by more than 11 per cent to £8.7million.
The increase reflected a strong performance across the practice with all departments matching or improving on billing totals from 2015/16. It’s also the first time annual fees have topped the £8 million mark in the firm’s 34-year history.
With offices in Chester, Shrewsbury and Manchester, Aaron & Partners’ key areas of specialism include company and commercial law, commercial property law, planning and regulatory, environmental,dispute resolution and employment law, as well as matrimonial and wills, trusts and tax work.
“We’re delighted that our strategy of offering bespoke services to clients who own and run businesses and to private clients continues to pay off,” said Simon Edwards, Senior Partner at Aaron & Partners.
“We’re proud that the Aaron & Partners brand continues to attract great people to service our clients’ needs and these financial results are testament to the effort and dedication of our teams across all of our offices. We’re confident that we’re well-placed to continue building on our success in the coming years.”
Independently, Aaron & Partners’ Shrewsbury office saw fees increase by 14 per cent year-on-year. The figures follow a period of significant growth in Shropshire with the firm recently making its third office relocation in just four years since setting up in the region in 2013.
“It’s particularly pleasing to see how our Shrewsbury office continues to go from strength-to-strength, added Simon. “We made a strategic investment in Shropshire and since then have continued to work hard enhancing both our expertise and the services we offer.”
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