The law firm Bevan Brittan has become a headline sponsor of the Bristol Life Business Club lunches.

The events have become an important and regular meeting point for the Bristol business community, giving attendees the opportunity to network and gain unique insights from a range of business speakers on a broad selection of topics.

Rosemary Jago, Partner and head of Bevan Brittan’s Bristol office, said:

“Bristol is a fast-developing and dynamic city. At Bevan Brittan, we aim to play a full role in its business life, and so are very happy to be supporting the Bristol Life Business Club lunches.

“Many professional people are pleased to be able to take the time out from their busy schedules, to hear different views and opinions from interesting and varied speakers – while also having the opportunity to network and meet new people.

“We look forward to the next series of lunches, and meeting business people representing the wide range of sectors and industries in the city.”

Bevan Brittan is a UK Top-100 commercial law firm with its head office operations located in Bristol. The firm has more than 230 legal professionals and support staff based in the city, including 28 partners.

Its legal teams that serve the South West region are recognised nationally for the breadth of their expertise and knowledge. The firm advises more than 800 businesses and is a market-leader across health and social care, housing and local and central government.

Bevan Brittan takes an active role in the business life of the city and the wider South West region.

Other recent initiatives include:

  • The firm is supporting the Festival of Sustainable Business, a major event taking place in Bristol in September. The festival is dedicated to promoting, celebrating and helping businesses progress in their sustainability efforts. Bevan Brittan is sponsoring a seminar on sustainable construction to support Bristol’s 2030 carbon neutrality target.
  • Bevan Brittan supported the Bristol Housing Festival in its aims to generate new ideas and thinking to support local government in creating housing, places and thriving new communities in Bristol and elsewhere. We are now working with Bristol City Council to help deliver its vision of being the home of exciting, new building concepts and innovative solutions to speed up the delivery of quality, affordable housing in the city.

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