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  • Overview

    Leading South East law firm, Thomson Snell & Passmore, continues its upward trajectory in growth and has announced a 5.9% increase in fee revenue from the previous year. The firm has reported fee revenues of £21.96 million for the financial year ending 5 June 2019.

    This strong financial result marks consistent growth for Thomson Snell & Passmore in a legal market that remains competitive and aligns with the firm’s five-year plan. There has been a robust performance across all core practice departments, including Commercial Property, Private Client, Corporate & Commercial, Court of Protection, Family and Clinical Negligence & Personal Injury.

    As Thomson Snell & Passmore maintains its focus on future growth and investing in development, as well as looking forward to its 450th anniversary in July 2020, the firm is currently planning for its upcoming office move in Tunbridge Wells to nearby Heathervale House, Vale Road. The new location consists of a newly refurbished 28,000 sq feet, five-floor, open plan office which will house all of the firm’s Tunbridge Wells staff.

    Commenting on the results, James Partridge, Senior Partner said:

    “Our latest financial results cap what has been a significant year for Thomson Snell & Passmore. Some notable achievements in the past year include welcoming our first female Chief Executive Officer, Sarah Henwood, successful completion of a major systems replacement project and continued investment in our core practice areas, spanning Private Client and Corporate and Commercial, through lateral hires as well as internal promotions. 

    As we look to our 450th anniversary in 2020, our commitment to our people and serving our valued clients will not waver. Our new office in Tunbridge Wells is an example of how we, as a firm, want to build on our achievements to date. The move reinforces the firm’s heritage in Kent where we continue to thrive and provide excellent service to our clients.” 

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