Strong growth for Newcastle-headquartered law firm as team expands and revenue climbs

A Top 100 UK law firm, with offices in Newcastle, Leeds and Manchester, has announced its 2021-2022 financial results.

Ward Hadaway has delivered a strong performance over the last financial year, seeing firm-wide turnover increase by 11 per cent to £43m, with more than 40 legal appointments at all levels over the past year.

The growth follows major investment by Ward Hadaway into its workforce and infrastructure. The firm has also launched a three-year wellbeing strategy which puts a positive culture of wellbeing at the heart of the business and is pivotal to Ward Hadaway’s success, innovation and growth.

Managing partner Martin Hulls said: “We’re immensely proud of the progress we’ve made over the last financial year, despite the challenges faced by businesses across the UK.

“From tough economic conditions to talent shortages across the legal sector, we’ve continued to raise the bar in terms of our people, our services and our commitment. This is testament to the teams we have across the North, their experience, passion and commitment to Ward Hadaway and the values we stand for.

“We’ve continued to invest in our number one asset our people through the development of a growth strategy focused on our team. We’ve placed wellbeing and productivity at the heart of our approach and implemented an agile working structure that empowers people to fulfil their potential, providing them with autonomy in their roles and demonstrating our trust in them.

“I am proud of the work we’re doing across all our offices in the North, and in the wider UK, as we continue to innovate and collaborate to provide the very best of services to our clients.”

This was recognised when earlier this year the firm was awarded the coveted gold standard by Investors in People, a demonstration of the progress it has made. In addition Ward Hadaway was recently shortlisted for this year’s Investors in People (IiP) awards in the UK Employer of the Year Gold category.

Martin added: “We have an exceptional group of legal experts across our offices, and our clients appreciate our full-service offering, delivered with a straightforward, friendly approach, tailored to their regional needs.

“As a firm, we’ve made great progress during 2021 and 2022, progress we are confident we will build upon. The economy is in a period of well-documented uncertainty, but we are facing the future with a clear strategy, an optimistic outlook and an outstanding team. I remain very excited about what the future holds.”

In July, Ward Hadaway announced 28 promotions across the firm, reflecting its commitment to the ongoing attraction, development and retention of talent. The firm is in the process of adding more specialist expertise to the team in the coming months across various roles.

Credit: Bdaily

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