Roberts Jackson Celebrates 4 Years of Business with a Hawaiian Themed Charity Event
On Friday 28th June Roberts Jackson celebrated its 4th year of business with a Hawaiian themed charity quiz night. Employees dressed in their best beach attire and the offices were decorated with inflatable Palm trees. Keeping with the tradition of things, plenty of colourful Lei’s were handed out for those lacking Hawaiian shirts.
The night was a huge success with over 100 members of staff turning out, raising a total in excess of £400 for charity. The proceeds are being given to the Minga Foundation, a charity based in Zambia caring for children born with life changing illnesses. A Tombola was organised and funded by Roberts Jackson staff and entry fees for the quiz were used to accumulate the total of money given.
Organiser of the event, Jennifer Corris has commented with the following “I was thrilled to see everyone get involved for such a great cause. There is an excellent team spirit within the firm which is reinforced at such events as this, even if it does bring out our competitive side!”
Since opening its doors for trading 4 years ago, Roberts Jackson has grown from 2 members of staff to over 180 employees to become one of the UK’s largest law firms to specialise in Industrial Disease.
Acting for claimants suffering from all types of occupational related conditions including asbestosis, mesothelioma, occupational dermatitis, asthma and musculoskeletal problems as well as noise induced hearing loss and vibration white finger the Wilmslow based firm acts for clients all over the UK.
Expansion is not something to be overlooked either as the firm is in the process of expanding its office space for the third time in just over 12 months.
Co-owner and Director, Karen Jackson, has provided the following comments,
“I am immensely proud to confirm that Roberts Jackson is entering its 5th year in the legal sector. We have come a long way in the last 4 years and with every year that passes we strive to be better and better.
We regularly have events, parties and social gatherings for staff and this was a special occasion. I was pleased that we were able to raise further funds for Minga. We regularly support charities throughout the year and this year we will aim to raise even more through events throughout the year than ever before. As a firm we have some very gifted employees, many who have been with us since the beginning and it is an absolute pleasure to watch them learn and continuously develop. We must also thank all our clients for choosing us to represent them in their time of need”
Roberts Jackson is now one of the fastest growing firms in the UK. It has been shortlisted for 16 awards both local and national in the last 3 years.