Bond Dickinson looks to the future after solid growth

Turnover for the legacy firms of Bond Dickinson topped a combined £98m, solid growth that the merged firm said would place it at number 35 of the top 100 UK law firms

Jonathan Blair managing partner at Dickinson Dees
Jonathan Blair managing partner at Dickinson Dees

Turnover for the legacy firms of Bond Dickinson topped a combined £98m, solid growth that the merged firm said would place it at number 35 of the top 100 UK law firms.

Sales for Bond Pearce and Dickinson Dees grew to £50.3m and £48m respectively, a figure the firm aims to grow as it moves take the new firm forward in the first year of trading as Bond Dickinson LLP.

Bond Pearce and Dickinson Dees merged on May 1 to create Bond Dickinson with 1,200 staff, including 142 partners, working across eight UK wide office locations.

Jonathan Blair, managing partner of Bond Dickinson, said: The financial results reveal solid growth for both legacy firms. We are very pleased with the growth achieved by both firms in this last financial year, which provides a strong platform for our first year of trading as Bond Dickinson LLP. We have already been successful in being reappointed to several panels along with a number of other panel wins.”

Nick Page, chairman of Bond Dickinson, added: “We remain focused on maintaining outstanding levels of service for our clients.

“We are working closely with many clients within our core sectors to see what more we can do for them and are supporting our national client base with the increased capability we can now offer them as Bond Dickinson.”

Bond Dickinson has more than 700 lawyers working across real estate, corporate and commercial, dispute resolution and private wealth.

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