The Head of Bevan Brittan’s Birmingham office has described the national law firm’s move to 45 Church Street as the start of “an exciting new chapter” that reflects its significant growth and ambition.

The firm’s 100-strong team in the city moved from One Temple Row to the new premises at Church Street on 15 May, with the change marking the latest stage in its expansion on a regional and national level.

Bevan Brittan has boosted its expertise in the region with a number of notable appointments in recent years, including IT and Commercial Partner Ash Woodcock, Construction Partner Helen Andrews and Higher Education Corporate Partner Rachel Soundy.

The firm has also maintained a focus on recognising outstanding individuals within its teams, with six colleagues in Birmingham being successful in its recent promotions round. They include new Partners Lauren Halliday and James Gutteridge, and new Legal Director Helena Morrissey.

Rebecca Pendlebury, Head of Bevan Brittan’s Birmingham office, said: “This office move is the start of an exciting new chapter for us. It follows the number of Birmingham colleagues reaching triple figures and six members of the team receiving well-deserved promotions.

“This new location will enable our further growth and development across the Midlands, as we strive to continue providing top-quality advice to our clients and supporting them in their success.”

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