Firm is posting first results since August management buyout from Maclay Murray & Spens LLP
Law at Work has posted a rise in turnover and profits in the full year to May 31.
The firm, formed after a management buyout in August from majority shareholder Maclay Murray & Spens LLP, said pre-tax profits rose 13.3 per cent on the previous year to £223,390 on a 4.2 per cent rise in turnover to £1.64 million.
The latest turnover figure follows on from a 23 per cent rise reported last year to £1.53 million.
Law at Work chairman Magnus Swanson led the management buyout along with chief executive Jane Wright and Donald MacKinnon, director of legal services.
The value of the deal was not disclosed, and the new firm, which specialises in employment and health and safety law, is wholly owned by the management buyout team.
Law at Work has also moved to new offices in Glasgow and Edinburgh.
Chief executive Jane Wright said: “The figures reflect another successful year for the company, and we are extremely pleased that our growth continues to gather speed.
“In response to client demand, we have invested in expanding our services, particularly within our growing health and safety division.
“We have recruited, reflecting our new areas of specialism and enabling us to continue to put clients at the heart of everything we do
“To deliver consistent steady growth in the face of recession demonstrates the market’s confidence in our product and ethos.
“The trend has continued into the first quarter of 2012, and we are currently experiencing an encouraging double digit growth.”
Law at Work was established in 2001 as a specialist division of Maclay Murray & Spens LLP.
The firm, which has a 30-strong team of lawyers and other specialist staff, only acts for employers through a fixed-fee advice service.