George Green LLP celebrates the opening of their new Sutton Coldfield office
Partners and staff from the law firm George Green welcomed guests to The Town House, Sutton Coldfield to mark the opening of the firm’s Sutton Coldfield office. The evening was an excellent opportunity for both new and existing connections, and it heralded an important milestone in the firm's commitment to serving its clients and colleagues in and area Sutton Coldfield.
The event was brought together in collaboration with Edge Creative Ltd. The team from George Green LLP took this chance to meet with new and existing local connections from an array of local businesses. Key representatives from IFA, accountants, law firms, and property management companies graced the occasion, making it a diverse and vibrant gathering of professionals.
As part of the celebration, guests were treated to an array of delicious canapés and professionally made cocktails. This helped to create a relaxed and enjoyable atmosphere where guests could network and build professional relationships.
George Green’s CEO, David Stevenson took the opportunity to address guests saying whilst a number of the firm’s partners had local connections, it was more a desire to fill a gap in the market for a top ranked Legal 500 law firm that had made the opening “an obvious move”. Stevenson went onto confirm the firm’s uncompromising commitment to looking after clients with “quick, responsive, right first time advice,” which is the hallmark of the George Green client offering.
George Green LLP is a leading full service law firm and recognised as such in both Legal 500 and Chambers and Partners. Our lawyers make a difference by helping our clients succeed. We have offices in Cradley Heath, Sutton Coldfield and Wolverhampton.
Also present was the firm’s Head of Litigation, Morgan Rees, who will work from the new office. Rees is clear that the new office will better enable the firm to provide local clients and connections with George Green’s full service offering.
The event also raised over £300 for the firm’s charity of the year, The NHS Russell’s Hall, Baby Bereavement Campaign.