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Kee Solicitors New Glasgow City Centre Home

We are delighted to finally unveil the details of our new centrally-located Glasgow City office.

The sleek new premises, nestled at the heart of West Regent Street just a short walk from Bythswood Square, represents yet another monumental milestone for the firm, having recently celebrated our most successful year to date.

Having undertaken another exciting period of exponential growth in the past few months which saw the additions of key figures within the firm, including highly experienced Associate Solicitor, Pauline Ward, Dean Gallagher, who joined the firm’s award-winning family and civil department, up-and-coming Trainee Solicitor, Rachel Dornan, Senior Solicitor, Konrad Queen who will lead the firm’s Conveyancing and Private Client departments and experienced Head of Marketing, Andrew Miller – all of whom brought with them a wealth of complimentary individual skills and experience.

The firm also welcomed our latest addition, Diploma student, Laura Gillespie this week who joins as Legal Administrator to support the growing support team within the business.

Jonathan Kee, the firm’s Founder and Managing Partner said:

“This move has been in the works for a while now. We identified the opportunity to make the switch back into Glasgow City Centre earlier in the year, and after consultation with our clients and staff, agreed that it was the perfect time to capitalise on the momentum of our recent growth and expansion”. The firm’s headquarters, now at 146 West Regent Street, situates the firm directly in and around the city’s hub of legal activity and provides a more openly accessible location for existing and future clients.

Jonathan continued: “We’re delighted to have the full team in and settled now. The new premises is exactly what we were looking for. It’s a very modern take on a traditional Victorian-style building, so we’ve got a nice bright, sleek space with the added benefit of the existing high ceilings and large sash windows. We wanted to ensure that as well as for the staff, our office and meeting spaces continue to be a friendly and welcoming environment for our clients coming in and out. We’re a very modern, agile and progressive firm in the way we work, so we wanted to ensure those same values were represented in everything we do, including the premises.”