Steven Treharne

Managing Partner | Bath
Direct: 01225 750012
Office: 01225 750000
Mob: 07958 299283

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I am a solicitor but now have the non-practicing role of Managing Partner.

I joined the firm as a Trainee Solicitor and worked initially in residential property, before specializing in commercial property and agricultural land transactions. I have “worked my way through the ranks” and on completing an MBA in Legal Practice Management became Managing Partner in 2011.

An exciting challenge for me is to ensure the retention of the intimacy of a small family firm which our private clients adore while equally demonstrating a dynamic modern edge, a “lets get things done” approach, which our commercial clients appreciate and expect.

I am a keen cyclist and I’m happiest out on the road clocking up the miles.


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