Mills & Reeve

Mills & Reeve

Mills & Reeve is one of the UK's largest law firms, offering the full range of corporate and commercial services.

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Telephone: 01223 364 422
Email:
Fax: 01223 355 848
Address: Botanic House, 100 Hills Road, Cambridge
Postcode: CB2 1PH
Country: United Kingdom
Website: http://www.mills-reeve.com
Membership type:Corporate 51+ (£1,000+VAT pa)

Mills & Reeve is a top 50 national law firm with 98 partners and a total staff of over 800, operating from offices in Birmingham, Cambridge, Leeds, London, Manchester and Norwich.

Mills & Reeve is a full service firm with practice specialisms including corporate and commercial, banking and finance, technology, insurance, real estate, healthcare, local authorities, education and private client.

Clients include commercial organisations – from PLCs to start-ups – high net worth individuals and landowners, more than 70 universities and colleges, over 100 healthcare trusts and NHS bodies, and more than 65 local government institutions.

The firm is listed in The Sunday Times 100 Best Companies to Work For and has been since 2004.

For further information please visit the website at www.mills-reeve.com

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Series A investment round in leading privacy software company Privitar

Leading national law firm Mills & Reeve has advised IQ Capital, 24Haymarket and Illuminate as part of a $16.5 million investment into Privitar Limited.

13 October 2017Read in full

James Fry, new partner at Mills & Reeve

Mills & Reeve boosts life sciences team with high-profile hire

Leading national law firm Mills & Reeve has welcomed life sciences specialist James Fry as a partner after more than 17 years at Eversheds Sutherland.

10 October 2017Read in full

Business needs stable economoy

Over three quarters of Eastern Region businesses are determined to grow despite uncertainty

Mid-market businesses remain ambitious and confident in their growth prospects despite an unstable economic landscape and an unsupportive funding environment, according to new research from national law firm Mills & Reeve.

5 October 2017Read in full

Mills & Reeve advises on RehabWorks expansion into London

Mills & Reeve has advised on the purchase of Crystal Palace Physio Holdings, creating a nationwide brand for healthcare company RehabWorks.

17 August 2017Read in full

Sandy Boyle, Director of Human Resources, Mills & Reeve

97% of Mills & Reeve staff say they would recommend the firm as a good place to work

A staff survey at leading national law firm Mills & Reeve has revealed exceptionally high levels of employee engagement.

28 July 2017Read in full

Justin Ripman, Senior Partner at Mills & Reeve

Mills & Reeve continues to outperform peers with above average financial growth for 2016/17

Mills & Reeve continues to outperform peers with above average financial growth for 2016/17. The firm comfortably outperformed the average 4.6% growth of the other top 100 UK law firms.

18 July 2017Read in full

Nick Finlayson-Brown, Head of China Desk, Mills & Reeve

Mills & Reeve ranked as one of the top firms for China PE exit deals

Law firm Mills & Reeve has been ranked joint third by China Law Business Journal, based on value for Private Equity (PE) exit deals.

23 June 2017Read in full

The panle at Mills & Reeve Question Cambridge 2017

Businesses told to be confident in order to thrive in a turbulent political world

Despite the unprecedented levels of political uncertainty facing the UK at home, in Europe and the US, the mood at the Mills & Reeve Question Cambridge event last night (Weds) was one of cautious optimism.

22 June 2017Read in full

Apprenticeship levy: five key questions for employers

To coincide with the first wave of apprenticeships funded by the levy starting this month, Mills and Reeve looks at five questions that levy-paying employers now need to grapple with.

8 May 2017Read in full

Brexit and innovative businesses

Triggering Article 50 has started the two-year process of negotiations that will end with a deal, an untidy departure or (maybe) an agreement to keep talking. Since first analysis of what Brexit will mean for businesses more has been learned more about what the UK intends to keep and discard. How are things looking now for innovative businesses?

3 April 2017Read in full

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19/10/2017

Evening Document Processor

What does the role involve? This is a newly created part-time role to support our lawyers in the evening. You will provide an o...

Location: Cambridge
Salary: <£29,000
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17/10/2017

Assistant Management Accountant

What does the role involve? This is a newly created full time, permanent role to support the firm's Management Accountant prim...

Location: Cambridge
Salary: <£29,000
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17/10/2017

Project Manager - Content Management System

What does the role involve? This is a fixed-term 12-month contract to provide maternity cover. This role can be based in our C...

Location: Cambridge
Salary: £29,000 - £50,000
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