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Serving clients nationally and internationally from its Kent offices in Tunbridge Wells, Kings Hill and Discovery Park, plus one in London, Cripps is a key regional law firm and the largest legal practice in the county.

It is the culmination of the successful merger of Cripps Harries Hall and Vertex Law, operating under a new name and brand of Cripps.

Recognised countrywide for both its commercial and private client work, the firm focuses on the real estate sector, entrepreneurial businesses and family law. 

Gavin Tyler, Managing Partner, said: “Kent is a great location for a modern, professional practice such as Cripps. As well as having its own diverse and vibrant economy, the county is well-connected for doing business with clients from both London and mainland Europe. The working environment is good, with modern, well-located business parks and Kent also offers an excellent quality of life.”

The company offers clients comprehensive, customer-focused legal expertise and has enjoyed strong growth since the merger formally took place on 30 September 2013. It has since opened new offices in Discovery Park, launched private client services from its Kings Hill premises, and announced plans for a new headquarters building in Tunbridge Wells, scheduled to open in 2016.

Cripps is a top 100 UK firm with 48 partners, and a highly skilled team of 300 legal experts and support staff. It has a turnover of £22.7m.

www.cripps.co.uk

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