The law firm used by Coleen Rooney in her defamation claim against Rebekah Vardy has hailed a rise in its revenue and profits during its latest financial year.
Liverpool-headquartered Brabners, which also has offices in Manchester, Leeds and Bamber Bridge, Lancashire, has reported a revenue of £40.5m for the 12 months to the end of April 2022, up from the £36.9m it achieved in the prior year.
The law firm said its fifth consecutive year of growth also saw an 11% increase in profits before members remuneration and profit shares to £14m, up from £12.5m.
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As well as the Wagatha Christie case, Brabners is well known for representing high-profile individuals such as England cricket captain Ben Stokes and grime artist Bugzy Malone.
Chief executive Robert White said: “Brabners has achieved so much in the last five years, and the past 18 months have been our strongest yet.
“We continue to focus on building a leading independent law firm: a firm with a national reach, with a strong sense of purpose, that seeks to play its part in bringing about positive change from its position at the heart of the Northern business community.
“Our investments over the past five years, most recently in our offices in Manchester, Lancashire and now Leeds have only strengthened our position and have created the environment for our people – guided by our values and culture – to flourish.
“All our colleagues can be immensely proud of what we have achieved so far, and supported by our ongoing commitment to innovation, diversity and sustainability, we intend to continue to challenge ourselves at all times to “make the difference” for our clients, our people and the communities we serve.
“Our outlook for 2022-23 remains optimistic, despite the undoubted challenges we all face, and we look forward to being there as a force for good when it matters most, positioning ourselves as a partner in action.”
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