Firm profile: Harrowell Shaftoe

Managing partner: Jackie Knights
Turnover: £6.5m
Total number of partners: 17
Total number of fee-earners: 50
Main practice areas: Company and commercial, matrimonial, personal injury, private client and residential and commercial property
Key clients: Ainscough Crane Hire, Business Internet Directory Gaming Corporation
Offices: Three
Location: Clifton Moor, Haxby and York

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