Brabners celebrates growth in 2023

Brabners has delivered a sixth consecutive year of growth, with revenues up 15% to £46.8m in its latest financial year.

Profit before members remuneration and profit shares also increased by 12% to £15.7m.

The latest results cover a continued period of investment, including its entry into the Yorkshire market in May 2022 The firm opened its Leeds office, which celebrated its first anniversary in November.

Brabners continues to support many major regeneration investment projects. This includes Everton FC’s new stadium, Oldham’s £550m town centre regeneration project and the government-backed Eden Project Morecambe.

The firm also successfully concluded its representation of Coleen Rooney in the High Court, as well as securing a positive outcome for former England cricket captain Michael Vaughan.

Since April, the firm has launched its ‘True North’ network – a group of change-making organisations from across the North.

Brabners has also been recognised as the “Best Law Firm to Work For” in the UK by Best Companies.

Robert White, CEO at Brabners, said: “We are incredibly proud to have delivered another set of strong financial results, which show the progress we have made in building a high performing purpose-led firm that is committed to demonstrating that business can bring about positive change.

“These results provide the platform for us to continue to invest in the future of our firm, with a focus on creating opportunities for our talented and ambitious team. Our certification as a B Corp and our recognition as ‘The Best Law Firm to Work For’ in the UK by Best Companies represent significant milestones in the firm’s more than 200-year history – recognising and formalising our commitment to valuing people, planet and profit as equal measures of success.”

 

Image: Robert White, CEO of Brabners
Emma Cockings
Emma is the junior editor for Yorkshire Legal News.