Legal firm DWF moves into new Glasgow offices

DWF's Glasgow office will house about 90 of the law firm's staff. Picture: Contributed

DWF's Glasgow office will house about 90 of the law firm's staff. Picture: Contributed

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About 90 staff at law firm DWF have completed the move to its new offices at 110 Queen Street in Glasgow.

DWF, which merged with Biggart Baillie in 2012, has taken the fourth floor of the building, having previously been based at Dalmore House on St Vincent Street.

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Paul Pignatelli, executive partner for DWF Glasgow, said: “The growth of our team and transition towards more agile ways of working make our move to 110 Queen Street a rewarding next step for the team.

“We’re able to now have all of our Glasgow-based people working on one single floor, which is a significant change and which will encourage more collaboration amongst colleagues in different teams. The building itself is impressive, with a great location and atmosphere for our people and clients, and gives us the space and flexibility to continue growing our team in the future.”

110 Queen Street is also home to rival law firm Brodies, professional services and engineering consultancy WSP Parsons Brinckerhoff and accountant Deloitte.

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