Osborne Morris & Morgan celebrates 40 years of legal services
One of Bedfordshire’s longest-running law firms, Osborne Morris & Morgan (OM&M), is celebrating its 40th anniversary of providing legal services to Leighton Buzzard and the nation.
The nationally recognised law firm opened its doors to the public in Bletchley on 1st December 1980, after being founded by Tom Osborne, the late Eric Morris, and Peter Morgan.
The 36-strong team of lawyers have since attained many notable outstanding achievements.
A custom-built head office, namely Danbury House, was built in Leighton Buzzard in 1988.
In 1993, OM&M became the first law firm in the country to gain the prestigious quality assurance BS 5750 certification for legal and investment services.
2003 saw David Turner and Tim Woolford become partners of the firm. They also achieved LEXCEL accreditation in the same year, for excellence in practice management and client care – an award they have continued to hold since.
In 2016, the firm gained the Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme Accreditation for the very first time.
Today, OM&M specialises in a variety of areas including Conveyancing, Court of Protection, Lasting Power of Attorney, Medical Negligence, Personal Injury Trusts, Probate and Wills.
Tim Woolford, Principal of Osborne Morris & Morgan, said;
“When I look at the team of people we have at OM&M, I can honestly say we’ve never been stronger than we are now, and the resilience and determination that I have seen in the 18 months due to these extraordinary circumstances, from all members of staff, has made me extremely proud.
A heartfelt thank you to all of our dedicated teams, for everything you have done to keep us going and of course to our wonderful clients from over the past 40 years. We are extremely proud of our commitment to provide outstanding legal services, but we wouldn’t be here today without you.”