9:08 PM 30th October 2023
New City Centre Headquarters For Jones Myers
Client focused: l to r back row partners Kate Banerjee, Anthony Parrish, Nicki Mitchell, director and in-house barrister Andrew Fox, and managing partner Richard Peaker. Seated front row is partner Elizabeth Bell.
Jones Myers niche family law firm has moved to contemporary new headquarters in the heart of Leeds.
The city centre offices at Carlton Tower, 34 St Paul’s Street, reflect the award-winning practice’s client-focused approach and commitment to consistently deliver excellence in family law.
Richard Peaker, Jones Myers managing partner, said:
“As one of the first family law practices of our kind to be founded in Leeds over thirty years ago, we are proud to retain our headquarters in this vibrant city.
“Our reputation sees us receiving referrals from valued clients on a regional, national, and international level due to the extensive expertise of our specialist family lawyers who include our own in-house barrister.
“There is a great buzz in our new base, and we are delighted to receive positive feedback from our valued team, clients, and partners.”
The development coincides with Jones Myers retaining its Number 1 ranking in both Chambers and Legal 500 guides for almost three decades.
Chambers 2024 edition highlights the firm’s expertise in financial remedy proceedings and cases involving shareholder issues, property portfolios and complex pension schemes.
It also includes client testimonials who applaud the practice’s knowledge and support as ‘exceptional’.
The latest Legal 500 guide describes how the practice ‘goes from strength to strength’, and how its expansion to offices in Harrogate and York: ‘ensures that their dedicated brand of family legal advice is available to more of the general public.’
Jones Myers commitment to recognising tomorrow’s talent includes supporting the achievements of law graduates at Leeds Beckett University.
Since 2020 the firm has awarded the Jones Myers Prize for the Best Overall Performance on Master of Laws of England and Wales to a Leeds Law School student.
Wide-ranging pro-bono initiatives include an ongoing partnership with Henshaws charity which boosts the quality of life for over 7,000 service users with sight loss and wide-ranging disabilities.