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Look what’s changed…

Pretty obvious if you have visited before, but as of 1st May we have updated our visual identity. Our old brand has served us extremely well over many years, but it was time for something new. So welcome to the new look of Ward Hadaway. We hope the striking vibrancy of the colourful ‘mosaics’ alongside a cleaner look better represent our firm. Clear, dynamic, creative.

A little more subtle perhaps is that on the same day we became a Limited Liability Partnership. This is simply a change to our structure and governance, nothing else. It will have no impact on the work we do for our clients and professional colleagues.

Rest assured – the essential essence of the firm remains the same. Because that is based on our exceptional people.

As a UK Top 100 law firm, our legal expertise is a given. It is the openness, commitment, tenacity, pragmatism, effectiveness, clarity, flexibility and above all friendliness of our teams – and the service they provide our clients as a result – that make Ward Hadaway who we are. A firm you want to work with, and a team you want to join.

On this site you will find a whole host of insightful content and inspiring growth articles, something we will be building on more and more over time. You can also find two updated hubs dedicated to employment law matters, and to visa guidelines.

Thanks for your continued support. Feedback is always gratefully received. Take care.

Martin Hulls, Managing Partner

Please note that this briefing is designed to be informative, not advisory and represents our understanding of English law and practice as at the date indicated. We would always recommend that you should seek specific guidance on any particular legal issue.

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