National marketing & business development specialist appointed to support ‘visionary’ chambers

January 01 2015

We are delighted to announce we are now working with the legal marketing and business development specialists, Emma Waddingham Consulting, to support our exciting new ventures in the marketplace.

Emma Waddingham, Director of the consultancy is a high profile expert on working with the UK legal sector to collaborate and develop growth for leading innovators. Her proven success with law firms, chambers and affiliated industries as well as her enviable array of contacts will help create a successful partnership in taking chambers to the next level in the modern legal landscape.

Emma said: “Thirty Park Place has mapped an exciting new path for expansion, client services and market positioning in Wales and England and I am very pleased to be able to support the teams at such an exciting time. Barristers’ chambers have a lot to prove in the reformed legal world but Thirty Park Place has the engagement, vision and drive to make their plans a success for members and, importantly, for their clients across the UK. I’m incredibly enthused by their vision to use specialists to help them reach their initial plans and to take further risks and steps to deliver the unexpected.”

The consultancy will provide its award-winning strategic and operational marketing and business development support to chambers.

Jonathan Furness QC says

“At a time when the Bar is reeling with cuts to legal aid and competition from solicitor advocates we at Thirty Park Place believe that we have teams within Chambers who are first class advocates and lawyers. It’s time for the Bar and Thirty in particular, to be positive, to stand tall and be proud of our heritage but at the same time to expand our area of influence. The first class service we provide to solicitors and clients in Wales should be available to others. We hope that Emma will be instrumental in assisting Chambers to move forward to further and greater success. We see her appointment as an investment in our future and the future of legal services in Wales.”