Harrogate based Stowe Family Law wins two Yorkshire Legal Awards
Harrogate based Stowe Family Law wins two Yorkshire Legal Awards

Harrogate based Stowe Family Law wins two Yorkshire Legal Awards

in Business/Harrogate

Stowe Family Law, the country’s largest specialist family law firm, has won two at the Yorkshire Legal : Family Law Firm of the Year and The Rising Star Award for Charlotte Newman.

Now in its 18th year, the awards were presented at a ceremony at the Royal Armouries in and bring together the Yorkshire’s legal community to recognise and celebrate its many achievements.

Speaking about the submission, the awards judges said: “producing a heartfelt submission with real life testimonials, this firm seems to support its clients very well with a good knowledge of the law.”


Charles Hartwell, CEO said:

I am incredibly proud of the whole team at . These achievements are a team effort and are a testament to the incredible lawyers and trainees that we have throughout all of our 17 offices and to the hard work and dedication of everyone that enables our lawyers to do such a great job for our clients.”

Founded in Leeds in 1982, Stowe’s roots are in Yorkshire with five offices across the county: Beverley, , Ilkley, Leeds and Wetherby and a Head Office in on Raglan Street.

This award success reflects the continued growth of Stowe Family Law following a major investment by private equity firm Livingbridge last year.  Now with 17 offices, new additions include Nottingham, Esher, Reading, Manchester and Bristol and the firm employs more than 70 family lawyers.



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