Hogan Lovells partner Alan Greenough set to head up Birmingham Legal Services Centre
Hogan Lovells is to set up a Legal Services Centre in Birmingham to deliver high-quality cost-effective legal services for aspects of its client work. The centre will operate as an extension of the firm’s London office.
The law firm said the Legal Services Centre further demonstrates Hogan Lovells’ commitment to providing innovative and cost-effective solutions for delivering services.
The office capabilities will be developed over time in response to client demand but it is expected to comprise up to 20 lawyers initially. London partner Alan Greenough will be moving to Birmingham to manage the office, which is expected to be established by autumn 2014.
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