We launched a refreshed brand identity and new user-friendly website this week as part of a wider strategy to raise the firm’s profile within its core Central London market as well as nationally, following its recent merger with Fisher Meredith.
Bishop & Sewell was established in 1979 and has made several small acquisitions before its merger with Fisher Meredith in Summer 2017. Prior to the merger, the Partners at Bishop & Sewell had already agreed that a more modern visual identity was essential to accurately reflect where the firm is today and to showcase “who we are” and “how we can help meet our client’s needs”.
The firm’s new distinctive visual identity, tone of voice and messaging has been designed to reflect the straightforward legal advice that clients experience when dealing with Bishop & Sewell and was created by Chaos Design, a leading Top 50 creative agency. The new website, inspired by Chaos’ creative brand strategy, was completely redesigned and built by Tela, a leading digital agency highlighting the firm’s solicitors, key practice areas along with clear navigation and mobile friendly form submissions throughout the website.
Nick Potter, Partner of Bishop & Sewell commented:
“Bishop & Sewell is well known for the quality of its legal advice and whilst there are no significant changes in how we operate, and how the firm interacts with clients, we felt that our visual identity wasn’t truly reflecting us as a firm, and that needed to change. Our refreshed brand and website reflects the straightforward legal advice which we are able to deliver to meet our client’s needs.”
Bishop & Sewell has over 50 fee earners (of which 19 are Partners) covering Residential & Commercial Property, Corporate & Commercial, Private Client, Family, Litigation & Dispute Resolution, Immigration and Employment, with an international reach via membership of Pragma, a leading network of lawyers and consulting firms.