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Maitland Walker summer drinks reception

PUBLISHED: 11:04 16 July 2013 | UPDATED: 11:04 16 July 2013

Maitland Walker hold a summer drinks party in the Drawing Room at the Cheltenham Town Hall, with music by The Cheltenham Pixieland Band of Pates Grammar School.
PICTURED l to r: David Jackson, Rupert Croft and Giles Thorley.
Photos by Anna Lythgoe
11.06.2013.

Maitland Walker hold a summer drinks party in the Drawing Room at the Cheltenham Town Hall, with music by The Cheltenham Pixieland Band of Pates Grammar School. PICTURED l to r: David Jackson, Rupert Croft and Giles Thorley. Photos by Anna Lythgoe 11.06.2013.

Anna Lythgoe

Guests gathered in the Drawing Room at the Town Hall to enjoy an evening of networking, drinks and canapés. Rupert Croft, partner and head of litigation at Maitland Walker commented: “The evening was a great way of thanking our many loyal clients and welcoming new clients and contacts. We were delighted that so many were able to join us.”

With offices on Imperial Square in Cheltenham, and also Minehead and London, Maitland Walker is ranked as a leading firm in the Legal 500 and Chambers legal directories. The team has a renowned reputation for EU and competition law, litigation, corporate, employment and commercial property work and also offers private client services. The firm is going from strength to strength and its Cheltenham office will celebrate its tenth year next year.

Photography by Anna Lythgoe

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