Rollits plans bold 2020

Rollits plans bold 2020

Rollits has signalled its intention to recruit new team members, invest heavily in internal systems and embrace new technologies with the launch of a new campaign.

The 2020 Vision of Rollits was launched at The Deep in Hull and The Grand in York, where the law firm has offices, with clients, partners and other stakeholders were in attendance.

Rollits client relations and marketing director Pat Coyle explained the thinking and ambition behind the new campaign, saying: “As the world rapidly changes around us, focus, vision, and an ever-growing need to evolve has become paramount in everything we do as a law firm. As we come into a new decade, at Rollits it’s our mission to embody this through the launch of our ‘2020 Vision’ campaign. It provides a real sense of direction and consistency for our team and our clients.”

The 180 year old firm currently has 99 staff members made up of 21 partners, 40 lawyers and 38 admin staff.

Its 2020 Vision has been been designed to be as pivotal internally to Rollits just as much as it is externally to clients, in order to become a benchmark in all the law firm does and truly raise the bar in quality of service and client experience, providing a non-jargon approach, and offering honest, valuable insight through a partnership approach with clients.

Managing partner Ralph Gilbert said: “We are currently in a real growth phase—growing and nurturing our own ‘talent’ from the ground up is massively important to us, as well as recruiting at a more senior level when the opportunity arises.”

“Our York office is a good example of this, in particular it has seen an increase in many new recruits over the last 18 months.”

“It’s our mission to carry on evolving and refining our services and brand, to ensure we continue to strive for new horizons, excellent client service, and our 2020 Vision is a great way of showcasing this.”

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