As many may have noticed in the past couple of weeks, Trinity Chambers has been rolling out its new branding and website.
The project was progressed despite the challenges of the pandemic. The branding reflects Chambers' growth ambitions and commitment to its geographic locations in Newcastle, the Tees Valley and also Yorkshire, with the opening of Chambers in Leeds, as well as reaching a more national audience.
Heralding the new brand launch, Trinity has had a slew of successes, including ranking as a Top Tier Set in the recently published Legal 500 2022 directory, being finalists in the Chambers of the Year category of the 2021 Yorkshire Legal Awards, being finalists in the Investors In People 2021 'Best Pivot' category, and most recently being announced as finalists in Chambers & Partners Regional Set of the Year category.
During the pandemic Trinity moved to larger premises in both Middlesbrough and Leeds, as well as maintaining its strong Newcastle presence on the Quayside and at Ridley Place in close proximity to the recently opened Newcastle Civil, Family and Tribunals Centre.
Trinity's updated website now includes several reconfigured practice groups making it easier for clients to access the expertise they need, including across Family law, Business and Property, Regulatory, Coroners' Inquests, Education law, Social Housing, Court of Protection, Civil Liberties and Human Rights. The updated website also houses the numerous new members and staff that have joined Chambers during the pandemic.
Commenting on the rebrand and new website, Head of Trinity Chambers, Toby Hedworth Q.C. said
"Despite the obvious restraints of the last 18 months, Trinity has made sure that only the most limited adverse consequences have impacted us.
We have not only emerged even more resilient than before but we have taken the opportunity to reflect on the service we offer to our clients, both lay and professional.
In both Leeds and Teesside we have secured and moved into larger and more prestigious premises close to the court centres, having already opened our second base in Newcastle to serve the new Civil and Family Court Centre.
At the same time we have increased the number and breadth of our specialist practice groups and welcomed a number of excellent new members to our ranks.
To confirm our forward facing approach to a newly emerging approach to the provision of legal services, we have undergone a rebrand and have an entirely new and much more user-friendly website.
However, notwithstanding all these changes and improvements, some things stay the same: at our recent in person general meeting of the members of Trinity, we adopted transparent core values and redoubled our commitment to providing the very best levels of service and expertise throughout not only the region but the country as a whole."