And the practice, with offices in Liverpool city centre and Southport, is reporting a 71% increase in fee income in the first three months of the financial year
Merseyside law firm Brown Turner Ross (BTR) is reporting a 7.5% rise in annual fee income to more than £2.6m for the last financial year.
And the practice, with offices in Liverpool city centre and Southport, is reporting a 71% increase in fee income in the first three months of the financial year, April to June, compared to the same period in 2018.
All areas of the business have performed strongly, particularly family law, commercial property and private client alongside the firm’s civil litigation work. BTR has been expanding over the last 18 months with a series of new hires and three new directors appointed.
Managing director Sam Bushell said: “These annual figures show the strength of the firm across our base in Merseyside and the work we have been doing nationally in all of our key sectors.
“Brown Turner Ross has a reputation for client-focused delivery that produce real results and we are seeing this both in the increasing client list and these positive annual figures which represent the incredible growth of the firm over the last 18 months.”
The firm’s history dates back more than 130 years. It was re-launched in 2008 after a merger between Liverpool firm, Malcolm J Ross and Southport firm, Brown Turner. Director Kevin Ross added: “It is pleasing to see the strategic investments we’ve been making in the firm, focusing on our core strengths as a firm in family law, commercial property and private client work, is reflected in this success.
“The fantastic performance in the first quarter this year also puts the business in a strong position for our future work across the Liverpool city region.”