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Langley’s goes from strength to strength

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Langleys Solicitors LLP continues to enjoy year-on-year growth, recording revenues of more than £20 million to this year end (April 2014).

The results mean growth of over 7% for the company which employs almost 400 staff across its offices in York and Lincoln.

Langleys is experiencing a strong start to the current financial year in which it is also investing in the refurbishment of its York base – Queens House in Micklegate.

The law firm counts among its regional and national clients Severfield plc, First Group, Newcastle City Council, Indesit, Brit Global Speciality and UPS.

Langleys has also increased the number of its employees in the last year – up 2.4% on 2012-2013.

David Thompson, managing partner at Langleys, said:

“We have performed extremely well in tough market conditions and amid the continued diversification of the UK legal sector.

“Our revenue growth is testament to the Langleys business delivering consistently high quality, professional legal services to established and new clients.

“I’m confident we will continue to perform well in the coming months, meeting the firm’s strategic objectives to achieve success.”

In addition, Langleys achieved significant new rankings in the 2014 Chambers and Partners UK, the directory of the legal profession.

Four solicitors were newly ranked in the directory for 2014, taking the number of lawyers at Langleys with ‘Leaders in Their Field’ status to a record 18.

In the latest Legal 500, Langleys is ranked in a total of 20 practice areas with rankings in three new areas: Regulatory, Construction and Court of Protection.

A total of 25 lawyers across Langleys’ two offices are recommended, and a further four practice areas – Insurance, Commercial Property, Family and Agriculture –improved their rankings on last year. Langleys is classed as a top-tier firm in Agriculture.

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