Harper James, the national law firm specializing in helping growing technology companies, has announced ambitious expansion plans.
The firm, which uses a unique remote working operating model and has offices in London, Sheffield, Manchester, Birmingham, Oxford and Cambridge, is launching a recruitment campaign that aims to more than double the number of its lawyers and attract 60 new lawyers by 2025 during it to the construction of theleading national law firm for entrepreneurial companies.”
The law firm currently has 48 lawyers on their team who have already made a strong start to 2022 – since January they have added ten new lawyers to their commercial, real estate, corporate, data protection, labour, IP and and client services discontinued, four more are to be added at the end of May.
Harper James’ ambitious plans follow strong performance during the pandemic, as more and more entrepreneurs turn to her for help to start and grow their businesses.
The firm has also strengthened its customer service team with the appointment of Nicky Collins, Client Services Manager, who will help ensure the best quality of service is provided to the more than 2,000 businesses Harper James serves. The Client Services team is an important and unique part of the firm’s business model as they act as a single point of contact for clients, ensuring legal engagements run smoothly, on budget and on time.
outline Harper James‘ Future Plans said its founder and CEO Toby Harper, “It is incredibly exciting to see us taking the first step towards realizing our big growth plans. Central to this is recruiting the best attorneys and business support staff to assist the growing number of businesses that are turning to Harper James for legal assistance.
“Our goal is to build the leading national law firm for entrepreneurship. We’ve already welcomed new employees to the Harper James family this year and plan to add many more by the end of the year. “The interest we’ve had from candidates to date, and the number that will join, is a validation that what we do and how we work truly differentiates us from other legal services providers in the industry.”
Harper James’ recent senior appointments include:
- Nicky Collins – Appointed Client Services Manager to Harper James
- Shirin Hussin – Joined as Senior Commercial and Intellectual Property Solicitor
- Lillian Tsang – Senior Data Protection and Privacy Solicitor who works as part of the Trade and Privacy team. Joining this team is Nicola Thoday, Senior Commercial and Data Protection Solicitor
Harper James is also strengthening its commercial real estate offering with the appointment of Paul Davies as Senior Commercial Property Solicitor and Kara Corbett as Senior Commercial Property Solicitor:
- Brigitta Naunton – joined as Senior Corporate Solicitor
- Samantha Owen – Joined as Senior Employment Solicitor
Toby Harper founded Harper James in 2014. The company is dedicated solely to nurturing ambitious and ambitious businesses entrepreneurial deals, so they can access expert legal advice when they need it most, at affordable prices. Harper James works with start-ups to established companies that have been around for years, are scaling or ready to sell, often building their next business.
The Harper James model of remote working attorneys, use of technology coupled with unique subscription plans allows the firm to provide accessible and affordable corporate legal services without compromising on quality.
The majority of Harper James’ lawyers have previously worked for one of the top 100 UK law firms or in-house at large international companies. Many have reached Partner level or beyond, with at least ten years of post-qualified experience.
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