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Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • Longmores Solicitors's estimated annual revenue is currently $33.5M per year.(?)
  • Longmores Solicitors's estimated revenue per employee is $270,000

Employee Data

  • Longmores Solicitors has 124 Employees.(?)
  • Longmores Solicitors currently has 1 job openings.

Tried and trusted since 1819. Much has changed since Longmores was founded in 1819. Our values and our approach to our work with clients have not. Of course, as you would expect, we continue to pride ourselves on our legal expertise. Clients tell us that they value our common sense, commercial, no-nonsense approach; they also value our clear, concise advice and the fact that we make practical recommendations rather than simply reiterate the law. They also like the robust manner in which we negotiate on their behalf and how we present their case when it comes to litigation. They know that we seek to avoid the cost, distraction and risks of litigation where we can, through the use of alternative approaches such as mediation, so long as that will likely secure the best outcome possible for our clients. When it comes to non-contentious work our clients say they like the fact that we focus on the outcomes that matter to them and that we communicate proactively and effectively. That means that they understand how things are progressing at every stage of our work with them and can make informed decisions on their options if choices need to be made. These characteristics are simply part of the way we do things across the firm. Although the geographic reach of our work is greater than it was some two centuries ago, we remain involved in the community of the Hertfordshire area. Our leading lawyers have always made time to give back, through public service and in other ways. Charles Elton Longmore, a descendent of our original founder, served as Chairman of the County Council for over 35 years. In 1914 he was also made President of the Law Society, representing the legal profession across England and Wales. Other partners have served the community as county coroners, judges and elected officials.