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Event marks growth for solicitors in Kendal

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Business owners and professionals came together at a networking event to mark the latest stage of growth at North West commercial law firm Harrison Drury.

The firm hosted an informal drinks evening at Kendal College’s conferencing centre to introduce clients and contacts to its team of solicitors in Kendal.

Harrison Drury’s Kendal office moved to new premises in Stramongate last year after a period of steady growth since it first launched in Cumbria in January 2013.

Director Naomi Fell, who heads up Harrison Drury’s Kendal office, said: “It was great to welcome colleagues, clients and contacts of the firm to officially mark our recent move into the centre of town.

“We’ve made great strides since first opening our Kendal office just over two years ago, working with some great businesses and building strong relationships with fellow professionals. We look forward to further success as we continue to provide valuable legal advice for Kendal businesses and property owners to help their growth plans and support our local communities.”

The Kendal law firm offers a wide range of legal services to businesses, land and property owners in Cumbria, specialising in property law, employment law, corporate and commercial law, litigation and regulatory law. The firm also has a private client service, advising on wills, probate, trusts and estate planning.

While Harrison Drury’s head office of solicitors is based in Preston, there is also a team of lawyers in Clitheroe, Lancaster and Garstang.


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