Breeze & Wyles Solicitors Limited celebrates its Centenary

Breeze & Wyles Solicitors Limited have been at the centre of innovation in the legal profession for a century.   At the very beginning, in 1914 the firm was made up of just a few people; the company now boasts 11 directors and employs over 180 permanent or temporary staff.   From humble beginnings of only one office in Bow, East London the firm now has three offices along the A10 corridor and a further office in Bishops Stortford near Stansted Airport.  
Breeze & Wyles Limited has gone from strength to strength, riding out several recessions over the 100 year period.   The name may have changed from Breeze & Wyles, to Breeze & Wyles Solicitors LLP and now Breeze & Wyles Solicitors Limited but one thing that has remained however, is our aim to provide the very best in legal advice and customer service.  The excellence of advice and provision of an efficient legal service means that we are the firm of choice for both the private individual and the corporate client. 
There have been many changes in the legal profession in the last century but Breeze & Wyles have used this as a tool to create new processes and procedures, such as innovative IT, enabling them to meet the challenge of the ever changing legal field. 
Brendan O’Brien, Chief Executive of Breeze & Wyles Solicitors Limited, on the firm reaching its centenary said: “The fact that Breeze & Wyles is 100 years old is based on three features; management embracing changes in the legal profession including technological developments in the delivery of client service, the combination of quality, dedication and accuracy of staff and the loyalty of the business’ clients and customers.. I would like to thank the staff of Breeze & Wyles both past and current for the efforts that they have made to the success of the business. I also take this opportunity to thank existing and past customers of the business for their loyalty and custom.”

 

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