Ellisons is one of the East of England’s fastest growing full service law firms, having almost doubled in size over the past four years.
With a team of almost 250 staff, including 23 partners, located in – Colchester, Chelmsford, Ipswich, and Tendring (Harwich, Clacton-on-Sea and Frinton-on-Sea) Ellisons has been recognised as a leading firm in the Legal 500.
Our longevity is attributed to our tradition of proactive, friendly and highly-personalised client service. Also fundamental to this exceptional resilience is our commitment to developing long term relationships with clients, and willingness to change and evolve to meet and exceed the demands of clients.
We pride ourselves in having high percentage of clients with a life-long relationship with the firm. Client relationships span several generations over long periods of time. We also continue to attract a diverse mixture of new clients and this is the fuel to our rapid growth of services and teams.
Although rooted locally, Ellisons has a growing international presence aided by membership of the Alliott Group (a worldwide alliance of professional firms). Ellisons client service offering is broadened by this membership and by the establishment of Ellisons Financial Planning, enabling Ellisons to refer clients to a trusted network of professionals providing an integrated service.
Ellisons play an active and supportive role in the communities within which we work supporting local charities and non-profit businesses as best we can. This is very important to Ellisons and has been the foundation throughout our very long history.
Ellisons have long supported the Essex Wildlife Trust and their great work within Essex.
Ellisons continue to support the annual Suffolk Show.
Ellisons are long-term supporters of the annual Tendring Hundred Show.
Ellisons continue supporting the Mersea Island Rugby Football Club – and with three partners living on the Island, it seemed like a perfect match!
Ellisons is proud to support the Colchester Rugby Club.
Ellisons is pleased to support the work of the Colchester Business Enterprise Agency (Colbea).
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