Aaron & Partners makes debut in UK200
30th October, 2014
Aaron & Partners LLP has strengthened its position as one of the North West’s leading law firms after breaking into The Lawyer UK200 report for the first time.
We joined the prestigious national industry guide following our annual fee income topping £7.2 million for the 2013-2014 financial year, a 7.4% increase on the previous year’s figures.
Andy Duxbury, CEO, said: “We’re absolutely delighted that we have, for the very first time, broken into the UK200 as a result of the impressive growth over the past two years.
“This has been a fantastic year for Aaron & Partners, and I’m immensely proud of everyone at the firm, as it is only through the combined efforts of each individual here that we continue to grow and expand.”
The Lawyer UK200 is the UK legal market’s leading statistical analysis of its 200 largest law firms and ranks the firms according to a strict set of criteria.
The news follows the firm being recognised as the region’s leading law firm for the fifth consecutive year by industry bible The Legal 500, in which we received 17 practice areas recommendations, including three as a “top-tier firm”.
For more information please contact the marketing department on 01244 405418 or email [email protected]
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