We are delighted to announce the CBSO's new major corporate partnership with national law firm Irwin Mitchell, who have joined as Gold Partners.
The initiative, being led by the law firm’s Birmingham office, will see the two working together in areas of mutual concern, including the commitment of both parties to community work in addition to business and client engagement.
The sponsorship represents a unique opportunity for Irwin Mitchell to engage with an internationally-renowned organisation that shares the firm’s passion for community outreach projects, while supporting the important work of the CBSO in its centenary year in 2020.
"We are thrilled to partner with an organisation who are not only renowned for excellence both locally and internationally but whose values of education and philanthropy mirror ours so closely", commented Lisa Jordan, Regional Managing Partner, Irwin Mitchell.
CBSO Chief Executive Stephen Maddock OBE added,“We are delighted to welcome Irwin Mitchell as a Gold Partner. This is an important year for the orchestra as we launch our centenary celebrations, and we have landmark concerts, international tours and community initiatives planned. We are looking forward to sharing this special season with Irwin Mitchell, and to working together to celebrate their investment in the city and the orchestra at such an important time.”
Irwin Mitchell is one of the largest full service law firms in the UK covering business legal services, personal injury and private wealth.
The firm is ranked as a market-leading legal services firm in the independent Legal 500 and Chambers UK guides to UK law with over 200 lawyers personally recommended. According to The Lawyer magazine the Irwin Mitchell was the second most active litigation firm in the UK during 2018. It was also named by Experian to be in the top 10 for M&A work.
Irwin Mitchell Scotland LLP is a separate Scottish legal practice regulated by the Law Society of Scotland and has an office in Glasgow.
Find out more about how your company can work with us by contacting Emma Jane Jones on 0121 616 6538.