The managing partner of DMH Stallard has described the law firm’s latest results as a ‘source of great pride’. The firm has reported a record 9% rise in revenues to £33.5 million, whilst continuing to maintain zero operational borrowing.
DMH Stallard is growing quickly with offices in London, Sussex and Surrey. It has completed two mergers since 2020 and continues to attract the best legal talent in the region; in that time 19 Partners have joined and the firm has seen a 55% surge in profits.
Richard Pollins, Managing Partner, said:
“We are delighted to see another strong set of financial results which has been achieved through long term strategic planning, an immense amount of hard work and by consistently providing a first-class service to clients that has become synonymous with our firm.
“We were fortunate to have emerged from the pandemic in a strong position and continue to see growth. We are proud of the professionalism and expertise of our people who make DMH Stallard what it is.
“Announcements like this are obviously a source of great pride, but we can’t sit back. We will continue to work hard to attract amazing people in London and the region and consider good quality merger opportunities when they arise.
“Above all, our focus is to deliver an exceptional service to our clients and to provide a great place to work for our people.”