Law firm surpasses £100m mark in latest financial results

Richard Medd, managing partner at Browne Jacobson

Browne Jacobson has achieved record financial results with a 12% year-on-year increase in turnover, surpassing £118m.

Over the past decade, the Nottingham-headquartered firm, which also has a bases around the UK including Birmingham, has more than doubled its turnover, increasing from £50m in 2014.

In 2023, Browne Jacobson expanded its presence by launching its first office in the Welsh market, located in Cardiff, marking its seventh location overall. The firm also strengthened its Irish operations in Dublin, which began in 2022.

Further strengthening its capabilities, Browne Jacobson recently welcomed a technology and commercial law team from EY Law, led by Rowan Armstrong and Alex Mason.

In terms of client portfolio expansion, this portfolio includes Siemens, Strong Roots, Sanctuary Housing Group, Department for Transport, EI Electronics, University of Plymouth, St John Ambulance and Voyage Care.

Browne Jacobson has also made several partner appointments, including Emma Capper as head of employment, William Darmody to lead the Dublin corporate team, Polly O’Malley as head of education employment, and others specialising in areas such as insolvency, restructuring, corporate law, private client services, inheritance disputes, higher education and charities.

The firm has also promoted 35 individuals to partner, legal director and senior associate positions.

Richard Medd, managing partner at Browne Jacobson, said: “I’m so proud to announce yet another set of impressive financial results for the firm, which show us continuing a powerful growth trajectory. That success is built on progress across all of our offices and sectors, and rewards our continued commitment to our balanced practice supporting business and society. It also allows us to invest even more in our people, technology and processes to ensure we can continue to delight clients and support them in their biggest challenges.

“Since becoming Managing Partner four years ago, I have seen the firm go from strength to strength during an unprecedented period of change. Completing another exciting year with further growth puts us in an even stronger position to deliver for our clients, provide great opportunities to our people and ensure we remain at the forefront of society’s biggest issues.”