It is Aaron & Partners’ first rebrand since it was formed 30 years ago and its new logo and cleaner website design have been created to reflect the firm’s position as a forward-thinking, successful UK top 200 firm with an established reputation for trust and experience.
Coupled with a new strapline – Making it Happen – the emphasis is on positioning Aaron & Partners as a law firm completely focused on achieving the right outcomes for its clients, using its in-depth knowledge to look at the law from every angle.
“This rebrand reflects Aaron & Partners’ desire to continue moving forward in a fast-paced and constantly shifting legal market,” said Claire Strawson, Marketing and Business Development Director.
“We have continued to grow year-on-year through challenging economic times. Refreshing our look establishes us as a vibrant, forward-thinking law firm without disregarding our hard-earned reputation as trusted and experienced solicitors.
“After a number of years with the same visual identity, the time was right to develop a contemporary new look and feel as we look forward to welcoming the next generation of lawyers to our firm.”
Aaron & Partners has offices in Chester, Shrewsbury and Manchester. It is a commercial law firm that specialises in advice to SMEs and individuals in banking, professional practices, employment law, academies, dispute resolution, insolvency, warehousing, logistics, transport, licensing, commercial property, renewables, minerals & mining, waste management, matrimonial finance, court of protection work and trusts and wealth planning.
To take a look at Aaron & Partners’ new brand, visit its website at: www.aaronandpartners.com
"Refreshing our look establishes us as a vibrant, forward-thinking law firm without disregarding our hard-earned reputation as trusted and experienced solicitors."
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