Royal Expansion for Alternative Business Structure Law Firm

06 Jul, 2016

In 2012 CG Naylor LLP (formerly Crabtree Law) made waves as one of the UK’s first newly formed Alternative Business Structure (ABS) law firms. Featured by The Guardian, Legal Futures and Legal Week at the time, it was an innovative experiment in the legal industry.

Where once the jury was still out as to whether ABS law firms would prove a successful business model, there is no longer any doubt concerning the company’s expansive potential.

On Monday 11th July CG Naylor LLP will be moving its head office from Finchley Central to Buckingham Palace Road in Victoria, becoming one of the closest law firms to the Queen.

A mark of commitment and ambition, the move to this prestigious Prime Central London (PCL) location will enable the company to compete for the highest quality work and clients.

Founded by James Naylor in 2012, the firm is a relatively recent entrant to the legal market and has already won the recognition befitting of its distinguished new address.

Indeed CG Naylor LLP was a finalist in the Solicitors Firm of the Year category and Highly Commended for Solicitor of the Year at the Enfranchisement and Right to Manage Awards 2016, as well as being named a finalist for ABS of the Year at The Lawyer Awards 2015.

James Naylor (Managing Partner) said: “We believe that relocating to Central London will allow us to continue to grow the firm and attract the best lawyers to work on the highest quality cases. We have loved our time in North London, but this exciting move makes us hugely optimistic about the next stage of our evolution into a full service law firm.”

Fast outgrowing its roots as a boutique law firm in North London, CG Naylor LLP has thrived as a result of – not in spite of – its status as one of the original ABS law firms.

For more information please contact James Naylor (Partner) on 020 7963 8690, email james.naylor@cgnaylor.co.uk or visit www.cgnaylor.co.uk.

(Source: CG Naylor LLP)

 

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