Cheshire legal firm appoints No Brainer

No Brainer has added legal specialists from Aaron & Partners LLP to its client roster after an eight-way pitch.

Left to right: Lee Cullen and Jonathan Edwards

The agency takes on the account on a retained basis and will start work on strengthening the Aaron & Partners brand across Cheshire, North Wales and Shropshire.

No Brainer will also support the firm to reinforce its company’s position as a provider of bespoke legal services for businesses and individuals with complex issues.

Lee Cullen, director and co-founder at No Brainer, said: “We’re delighted to be working alongside Aaron & Partners. The bespoke nature of the brand and how the team works fits in perfectly with our ethos. We want to build on the fantastic work that Jonathan and the team have already done and help establish them as the region’s brightest and best law firm. It’s an incredibly exciting time for all of us at No Brainer and we’re all keen to continue building on this success throughout 2017 and beyond.”

Jonathan Edwards, marketing manager at Aaron & Partners, said: “The No Brainer team really impressed us all with their enthusiasm and ideas for taking the brand forward. We know we’ve got so many compelling stories to tell from right across the business and we’re confident that No Brainer is the perfect partner to help us.”

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