Stockport firm wins prestigious regional business prize

Stockport firm wins prestigious regional business prize

Gorvins Solicitors have been named “Law Firm of the Year” at the City of Manchester Business Awards.

With judges citing their commitment to staff training and their working relationship with clients, the firm say they’re thrilled.

Mark Deverell, Senior Partner at Gorvins Solicitors said: “We are so thrilled to win this award and believe it is a true testament to our position and reputation in the North West legal market.

“Gorvins Solicitors has developed an exceptional legal team, offering exceptional advice and experience in a whole host of legal matters as well as in niche areas such as maternity discrimination. All of which is reflected in a healthy increase in turnover.

“Being named Law Firm of the Year is a reflection of the fantastic progress we have made in so many aspects of our business. This important win follows our strategic aim of becoming one of the leading law firms in the North West, famous for delivering specialist legal services.”

The firm also say their Act On It project has helped people understand the importance of making a will; an initiative which was validated further last year by a commendation from the top London awards.

Mark continued: “This award means so much since it reflects our commitment to delivering the very best in legal services for our clients and recognises the talent and dedication of all who work here.

“The next 12 months for Gorvins are very much about growth of the firm. We will continue to offer our core services to clients as well as continuing to develop matchless specialist expertise. Our plan is to continue attracting and cultivating the best legal talent so we can continue to deliver the very best to our clients.”

Josh Morris

Josh is the Journalist for the Today's Group and writes many of the articles for Today's Conveyancer. He graduated with a degree in Physics from Cardiff University in 2009 before training as a journalist.
He has previously written for The Times, The Mirror and The Daily Express.

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