Newspaper article The Journal (Newcastle, England)

Completion of Redevelopment Work Signals New Phase of Growth for Durham Law Firm

Newspaper article The Journal (Newcastle, England)

Completion of Redevelopment Work Signals New Phase of Growth for Durham Law Firm

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FOLLOWING a period of investment in its Aykley Heads headquarters, Swinburne Maddison LLP, one of Durham's pre-eminent law firms, is reaping the rewards recruiting new talent and adding another prestigious accolade - Team of the Year, Private Client - to the firm's growing collection.

This latest phase in Swinburne Maddison's evolution has also included a brand refresh which, the partners feel, better reflects the practice's transition from a traditional regional law firm into a dynamic and contemporary practice advising clients across the UK, without losing sight of its core business here in the region.

Recognised for its integrity and strong business and work ethic, Swinburne Maddison's strengths lie in the depth of its in-house resource and the calibre of its team which has recently grown significantly with seven new appointments.

Adding to its list of prestigious awards, Swinburne Maddison's private client team, headed up by managing partner John Davison, was presented with the Team of the Year-Private Client Award.

According to the judges, the law firm showed an extremely strong team ethic, demonstrated by their loyalty, sense of family and dedication to staff development. This strong team dynamic in turn has provided them with particularly positive client appreciation. Their focus on exceeding clients' expectations and putting in the same level of work and effort, no matter the value of the work was commended by the judges.

Speaking about the win, a delighted John Davison said: "I am thrilled that our dedicated private client team has been recognised in this way against strong competition from the other shortlisted firms.

The judges' comments bear testimony to what we believe to be the case not only of the private client team, but everyone within the practice irrespective of their role and accolades such as this will only help us with our plans for growth and further recruitment. …

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