10 More Senior Lawyers Join Keystone

Keystone Law, the UK’s leading dispersed law firm, has recruited an additional ten senior solicitors, bringing the total number of lawyers in the firm up to 120.

Keystone has now taken on 18 new solicitors since July of last year when it launched its Join the Future campaign designed to attract 50 recruits. The firm is currently in advanced discussions with another 12 lawyers most of whom will have joined the firm by June of this year. All recruits have excellent legal experience and strong client followings.

Keystone’s Managing Partner, James Knight, says:

“We are seeing an unprecedented shift in the legal profession towards the Keystone model. The economy may be faltering, but these new recruits have not suffered redundancy and all have strong client followings. Times are changing and the old partnership model is becoming less and less attractive to senior lawyers, whether they are already partners of firms or partnership is looming on the horizon. We are also seeing instances of clients requiring lawyers to move to Keystone so they can receive better value and a more flexible service.”

The ten lawyers that have joined the firm are:

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