The legal consultancy business model has seen a post-pandemic rise in popularity with lawyers

Taylor Rose MW has announced consultancy revenues have more than quadrupled in its latest financial year, compared to pre-pandemic. It said the pandemic helped build momentum, as many lawyers have sought more work-life balance and embraced the flexibility of working from home.

Founded in 2009, the firm has undertaken a number of successful mergers. It also maintains a more traditional practice with 500 employees and generated revenues of £70m in the year ending September 2021.

Taylor Rose MW has more than doubled the number of fee-earning consultant solicitors in the last year; 350 consultants are currently engaged, with around 15 – 20 consultants joining each month.

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Suzanne Townley
News Editor
Solicitors Journal

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