Legal firm Chadwick Lawrence announces Halifax office move to Dean Clough Mill
Legal firm Chadwick Lawrence has announced the relocation of its Halifax office to the Dean Clough Mill which will take place in Autumn of 2018.
The current office for the firm is located in the renovated Georgian mansion, Somerset House, which sits on Rawson Street in the centre of Halifax.
The offices and its staff members based here will be moving to a newly renovated ground floor office space located at the top of the main street in the Dean Clough site, known as ‘The Old Fire Station’.
As well as providing legal advice to thousands of clients across the Calderdale region, Chadwick Lawrence has also provided pro bono support to many local organisations including Community Foundation for Calderdale, Square Chapel Centre for the Arts, Halifax Minster, Voluntary Action Calderdale Brighouse and Rastrick Brass Band, Northern Broadsides, Halifax RLFC and many more.
The firm also revealed it is about to invest in a state-of-the-art IT system and Steven Bonfield, who will continue as supervising partner at Dean Clough, explained that the move was part of the firm’s long term strategy to improve efficiency and the client experience.
Steven said: “Communication is the key. We have over 200 employees located in three offices and four branches throughout West Yorkshire.
“Our aim is to ensure that whichever of our seven offices clients choose, to access any of the disciplines we offer, they will enjoy levels of service and expert advice which are consistently excellent.”
The team will continue to operate out of the Somerset House office until Autumn.
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