Freeths unveils innovative London office refurbishment

National law firm Freeths has recently revealed an impressive refurbishment to its London office space.

As one of the fastest-growing national law firms, both colleague and client networks are continuously expanding. Reflecting this growth, the firm has undertaken various strategic office moves over the last 18 months, most recently in Leeds, Bristol and Manchester, as well as updating and remodelling its spaces.

Freeths London has returned to its location in the prestigious old police station at 1 Vine Street, well-known for its placement on the famous Monopoly board game as part of the ‘London Monopoly Walk’. This follows the firm’s office refurbishment, lending a brighter and more vibrant feel to the generous space. The remodelled interior boasts a look that is aligned with the firm’s recent brand refresh.

With the firm recently receiving B Corporation (B Corp) certification, a focal point of the refurbishment was to ensure that Freeths’ culture of promoting wellbeing was front and centre of the design plan. Other sustainability initiatives included re-using and refurbishing 90% of our office furniture. 

As the business’s second largest office of 13 throughout the UK, the re-modelling of the London office comes a year after it celebrated a decade in the city. 

Philippa Dempster, Managing Partner of Freeths London, said: “It’s been incredible seeing our team in the capital grow in confidence and strength over the last few years as we continue to attract some of the country’s best talent, and we felt that our working premises should reflect that.

This new space will bring huge benefits for our clients and our London team, both now and as we welcome new colleagues in the future. Thank you to everyone involved in making this a relatively seamless process.”

This revamp project follows the news that the firm recently announced it had made the shortlist for Law Firm of the Year at The Lawyer Awards 2024. 

Since its inception, the London office has thrived. Based in Mayfair, the team quickly outgrew its second office on Vine Street’s third floor, moving to its existing location on the first floor. It has attracted many clients local to Mayfair and the wider city too.

Amongst its rapid growth in the early years, team members have played key roles in high-profile cases such as representing the postmasters in the UK’s largest miscarriage of justice, the Post Office scandal. The London office also led on issues at the Olympic Stadium, and one of the UK’s largest battery storage deals.

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