Taylor Bracewell launches opening of Sheffield office in style

15th April 2014

Taylor Bracewell launched the opening of its Sheffield office in style with an evening of celebration and beer tasting at Kelham Island Museum on 4th April.

The firm, which is already one the leading legal practices in Doncaster, has brought its full range of services, including business, property, wills, probate & estate administration, dispute resolution and family law to Sheffield on the 3rd anniversary of the opening of its niche HR & employment sister firm, Bhayani Bracewell. Both firms are now housed in prestigious offices in Fountain Precinct in Sheffield city centre. Clients, contacts and colleagues joined Taylor Bracewell's partners at the Friday evening event to welcome the firm to the city, and the evening buzz and lively banter helped kick off the weekend, toasted with nibbles and bubbles of a different kind beer! And not just any beer. Sheffield's own master brewer and flavour expert, Alex Barlow, was on hand to inspire guests with his own passion for and knowledge of beer, with an evening of local beer tasting. Taylor Bracewell's managing partner, Sharon Beck, says -We would really like to thank our guests for joining us and helping us to celebrate our launch into Sheffield. It is a big move for us of course, but, with our sister firm, Bhayani Bracewell, well established in the city, we felt that it was the perfect time to bring our full range of legal services to Sheffield. We have exactly the right team in place to offer clients the very best practical legal services with the real 'one stop legal stop' that the market has been looking for." Taylor Bracewell can be contacted on 0114 272 1884 or by email at hello@taylorbracewell.co.uk. You can find information about the firm and its services on the web site www.taylorbracewell.co.uk.

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