- 05 May 2022
Clarkslegal unveils a brand refresh covering a new logo, values and website
It’s time to adapt for the road ahead as we support our clients, from fresh start-ups to growing multinational organisations and individuals seeking advice.
Clarkslegal has a long history, from small beginnings in Reading, the firm has grown to become a leading commercial law firm in the Thames Valley and across the UK. Internationally, we are a founding member of TAGLaw, a leading international alliance of high-quality, independent law firms, which gives us access to a worldwide network of excellent legal experts.
Founded over 100 years ago in 1913, our longevity is built around trust and depth of expertise, with our values being that we are; passionate and practical, refreshingly responsive, caring and collaborative.
Monica Atwal, Managing Partner comments: “Clarkslegal continues – as always – to be both an entrepreneurial and a learning organisation, never standing still but constantly looking to move with the times.” She adds: “We had a refresh, and I would welcome feedback from any client on our new website to ensure we are meeting client needs. What makes us stand out is our client service delivery, we are regarded as part of their business and aim to ensure that we have detailed practical knowledge of how they operate. Few other firms go to the depth that we do.”
Chambers and Partners
“Very professional, knowledgeable and accessible lawyers.”
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