Weightmans and RadcliffesLeBrasseur completed their merger on 13 June 2022, growing both firms’ presence in London, Leeds, Cardiff and nationally.
Stronger Together — Weightmans and RadcliffesLeBrasseur completed their merger on Monday 13 June 2022 to create the new Weightmans LLP, growing both firms’ presence in London, Leeds, Cardiff and nationally and providing a wider range of market leading services focused on client service excellence.
The combined firm will have a turnover of £120m+, with 225 Partners and a total headcount of over 1400 people based across nine offices — Birmingham, Cardiff, Glasgow, Leeds, Leicester, Liverpool, London, Manchester and Newcastle — cementing its place as a top 40 national firm.
The merger will expand the existing support provided to the firm’s clients, as well as enhancing the capabilities across core services. It will add further outstanding expertise to both firms’ national practices and the resources to ensure that the combined firm continues to meet the ever-increasing needs and expectations of all clients, large and small, whether public bodies, public or private businesses, not for profit enterprises or individuals.
Weightmans Managing Partner, John Schorah said:
“We are absolutely delighted to announce this merger. Today we move forward as a single entity with more than 1,400 people representing the Weightmans brand.
“Joining with RadcliffesLeBrasseur will contribute significantly to the depth and breadth of services we offer to clients across the country.
“Everyone is committed to a shared philosophy of delivering client service excellence and it is with that philosophy we now head into our new future together.”
RadcliffesLeBrasseur Senior Partner Andrew Parsons said:
“We are immensely proud of our history and achievements. Joining forces with Weightmans will mean we will be stronger both locally and nationally, offering a broader range of core and more specialised services. We have much in common with Weightmans and are confident of making even more of an impact nationally.”