The firm aims to recruit a further 220 lawyers by the end of 2024

KPMG Law – part of professional services firm KPMG – has announced plans to double in size over the next three years.

The firm said it is set to invest to grow its legal services offering; it aims to recruit a further 220 lawyers by the end of 2024, including 45 partners and directors. This will bring the total number of lawyers at KPMG Law to over 400.

The commitment to invest in KPMG Law recognises the demand for quality, integrated legal services from the firm’s client base and the importance of the UK market to KPMG Global Legal Services’ growth strategy, said the firm.

KPMG Law was established in 2014 and is integrated within the wider UK firm alongside the tax, consultancy and deal adv...

Suzanne Townley
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