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One year on since the major re-brand and relocation of its headquarters,  West Yorkshire law firm LCF Law is reporting steady growth in staff numbers and a 15 per  cent increase in turnover across all three of its offices in Bradford Leeds and Ilkley.

LCF Law now employs a 95 strong team who specialise in corporate, property, dispute resolution and personal law. The firm’s Leeds office, which opened seven years ago with just three people, now boasts 14 full-time employees on Sovereign Street in the heart of the city.

Charles Abraham, head of dispute resolution at LCF Law in Leeds, said: “Our disputes, corporate and property divisions have been particularly successful. We have a new partner joining us shortly from a rival firm and expect to create several new roles throughout 2015.”

Established 26 years ago, LCF Law’s relocation of its Bradford headquarters into an 11,000 square foot modern office space at One St James Business Park which is close to Bradford’s courts, has also proved to be a catalyst for growth.

Simon Stell, managing partner at LCF Law, said: “2014 signalled some major developments for our firm with a major re-brand and name change, relocation of our headquarters and further expansion in Leeds.

“Later this year we will become a Limited Company and an Alternative Business Structure (ABS). This will enable us to stay ahead of the business environment in which we operate as well as providing us with the flexibility of linking with other businesses and professions to add value to clients as well as expanding the range of services we offer.

“As one of the region’s leading corporate and personal legal firms, we work with both businesses and private individuals to provide jargon-free, easily accessible legal advice. 99 per cent of our clients would recommend LCF Law to others and we believe that our business is in a great position to continue growing and evolving.”

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LCF Law’s managing partner Simon Stell (left) and head of dispute resolution, Charles Abraham

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