Conscious Solutions and Law League to join forces

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13 May 2015


law league and consciousConscious Solutions and Law League are delighted to announce that they are combining forces on 1 June 2015 to accelerate the growth of Law League. Both businesses have long co-operated and cross promoted each other because they share a similar client focused ethos.

Andrew Roberts, founder of Law League, says “I’m pleased to be working with a company like Conscious to help take Law League forward. After 4 years of rapid growth it now needs the resources of a larger business to invest more heavily in marketing and product development – that’s exactly what Conscious will provide.”

David Gilroy, sales & marketing director of Conscious says “The combination of Conscious and Law League will benefit the clients of both businesses, with Conscious clients having access to Law League’s unique benchmarking database (which currently has over 600,000 data points) and Law League clients benefiting from further product development and even greater benchmarking depth”.

Andrew Roberts will remain a director of Law League and can be reached via andrew@law-league.com

For more information or comment please contact David Gilroy at dgilroy@conscious.co.uk or on 07976 289015



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