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Historic law firm plans to double in size.

ONE of the most historic law firms in North Wales is recruiting key staff as part of ambitious plans to more than double the size of the business.

Gamlins Law, which has offices in Rhyl, Denbigh, Ruthin, Abergele, Mold and Holywell, is aiming to increase its turnover to PS10m a year after being selected for the Business Wales Accelerated Growth Programme. Next year, the practice will celebrate its 130th anniversary, but managing director Ron Davison has his eyes firmly set on the future.

He said: "We have grown the business year on year and have recruited five experienced solicitors in the past three months.

"We now employ around 80 staff and, in the last four years, we've worked on upskilling our loyal support staff.

"We are and always will be a community firm serving clients in our locality and we also have a great deal of large commercial clients.

"One of the most exciting developments has been our involvement with Business Wales Accelerated Growth Programme. This programme is targeted at high-growth businesses who want to enter their next growth phase and have the potential to get there."

Among the latest arrivals is Rachel Wynn Jones, from Ruthin, who is head of matrimonial finance.

Mr Davison said: "Rachel Wynn Jones is a fantastic addition. She is one of the most respected divorce lawyers in the region."

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Publication:The Chester Chronicle (Chester, England)
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Date:Jul 26, 2018
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