EXPANDING county firm Ringrose Law welcomed invited professional guests to its new offices in Spalding’s Hall Place.
Senior partner Paul Cooper told guests that Ringrose regarded them as collaborators and was looking forward to undertaking more work with them as the weeks, months and years go by.
While many law firms are closing offices, Ringrose is bucking the trend and the Spalding office is the second new office opened by the firm within the last 18 months.
Ringrose now has seven offices, 14 partners and more than 100 staff.
Ringrose marketing director Alex Gray said: “Ringrose had a decision to make in 2011 as to whether to commit themselves to Spalding full-time or pull out of the area. At that time they were in partnership with the CAB and undertook all their housing referrals.
“With the CAB having to rationalise themselves and move into the council buildings, the decision was made to cement the relationship with the Spalding community and establish an office in the centre of town.”
The firm still works on housing issues and also undertakes public funding work in legal areas including family, crime, personal injury, mental health and other tolerance matters.
It also works in areas such as conveyancing, wills and probate, employment and litigation.