Earlier this year one of Swansea’s leading law firms, Peter Lynn and Partners announced a business expansion programme resulting in 12 new jobs in their Swansea offices. Since then a further 3 jobs have been announced with more planned for 2013.
Since the business relocated their head office to Langdon House in SA1 the demand for their legal services has soared across Swansea & Gower, bucking the trend in the current economic climate.
Peter Lynn, the senior partner at Peter Lynn and Partners said: “My Partners and I are delighted with our latest growth figures and we simply have to recruit good qualified local people who subscribe to our core values. Service and trying to prevent legal problems is what we are all about.”
Joining the team is solicitor Stevie Walters based at Morriston, Rob Davies – commercial based in SA1 and Stephanie Kift-Harries a solicitor based in the new Mumbles office.
Peter Lynn & Partners, one of the cities leading law firms have signed a lucrative sponsorship deal with Swansea City Football Club.
Peter Lynn, senior partner at Peter Lynn & Partners said: “We are delighted to be able to support the Swans during this exciting season. The Swans have put this city on the map over the last 2 years, with an attractive brand of football played in front of a global audience, since their elevation to the top tier of the Barclays Premier League. As a local business we want to support their development and we are proud to…
There cannot be too many more sports supporter organisations in the United Kingdom with more passion, loyalty and history than the St Helen’s Balconiers, who have just celebrated their 40th anniversary of following the Glamorgan cricket team through thick and thin.
It has sometimes been a bumpy road for the Swansea-based fan club. After all Glamorgan have not raised any silverware for eight years, and in their four decades the faithful have witnessed only four titles – the Sunday League (1993), the County Championship (1997) and two other one-day league titles in 2002 and 2004.
But the general lack of success…