Zebra Legal Consulting marks ongoing success with new headquarters

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31 January 2014


As part of its ongoing strategic expansion plans, law firm management and specialist due diligence consultancy Zebra Legal Consulting (Zebra LC), is set to relocate from its current headquarters in Sale, Cheshire to the prestigious Chancery Place building in central Manchester.

The move comes on the back of a number of major deals involving Zebra LC during the course of the past 12 months, which have included the completion of detailed due diligence exercises on law firms Atteys, Harris Cartier, Lockings and Gandertons.

Managing director of Zebra LC, Zoe Holland commented: “Zebra LC continues to provide an extremely specialist due diligence service to clients across the legal and professional services sectors, and taking into consideration our ongoing work with regional and national market leaders, it makes sense for us to base ourselves in what I regard as the UK’s second city for legal services.”

As of Monday 3rd February 2014, Zebra LC’s address will be: Chancery Place, 50 Brown Street, Manchester, M2 2JT



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