Leading North West law firm, SAS Daniels LLP, has reported continuing strong growth with fee income increasing to £4.6million for the first half of 2016, compared to the corresponding period last year. With growth of 12% reported across the firm, SAS Daniels is on track to replicate another record-breaking year, which has seen turnover increase by almost 75% in the past five years.
The firm’s family team continues to achieve strong growth for the first half of the year with turnover increasing by 46% in comparison to the first half of 2015. The Family team has recruited a number of new solicitors, including the significant appointment of Partner, Angela Moores who brings with her 30 years’ experience, Resolution Accreditation for high value/complex financial settlements and is recommended in the Legal 500.
Impressive growth was also seen in the Commercial Property team who has recorded an increase in turnover of 23%; the Corporate team who saw an increase of 18% and the Dispute Resolution team with a 17% increase for the same period last year.
Jeremy Orrell, Head of the Corporate team and Finance Partner at SAS Daniels, comments, “We’re delighted to build on our strong growth trajectory over the past five years, and our half-year results demonstrate that SAS Daniels is one of the NW’s leading law firms. Unlike many other law firms in the region we have focused on organic growth over the past few years and this continues to lead to impressive results across all key service areas.
SAS Daniels’ growth strategy focuses on building leading specialist practice groups out of the firm’s four offices based in Stockport, Macclesfield, Chester and Congleton.
The firm’s focus on organic growth has seen over 25 appointments made across all service areas, as well as the launch of new services including a specialist Food service and an Agricultural service.
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