By: 29 September 2017
Taylor Bracewell celebrates move to new Sheffield office

Taylor Bracewell has celebrated its move to a new office in Sheffield.

The firm has moved to its new home at 11 Paradise Square in order to find more space in Sheffield area and to make it easier for clients to access the firm’s solicitors.

To celebrate, staff were joined by friends and well-wishers, as well as an expert caricaturist and magician at the premises on 7 September. Taylor Bracewell’s very own Kiziah Watson provided some musical entertainment on the evening. Food was provided in an outdoor marquee by Sheffield restaurant Smoke BBQ.

The office move is part of Taylor Bracewell’s current growth strategy which has seen it change its business structure to an Alternative business structure. In the last few months it has also appointed Peter Caswell as its new managing partner, Sharon Beck as the firm’s first chief executive officer, and Clare Ashby and Stephen Coates as new partners within the firm.

Beck said: “The Sheffield office move comes after a very busy start to the year. The move shows our serious intention and ambition to grow and compete in the Sheffield market which we are still relatively new. We are confident of future success in the region, as we know the team which operates from our Sheffield office are amongst the finest legal workers in the area.”

Sara Ellison, head of the Sheffield office added: “We are preparing ourselves for a busy few months as the business teams participate in the Connect Business Conference offering a free contracts month through out all of October.”

Pictured (L–R): Rosie Finn (Family Law), Brad Whiteley (Property Law), Lauren Smith (Head of Wills, Probate & Trusts), Steven Conway (Employment Law), Sara Ellison (Head of Employment), Jessica Lidster (Employment Law)