Over the centuries, the partners of the firm have always been heavily involved in local organisations and social developments. As founding fathers of local keystones such as the Corinium Museum, the Golf Club, the Royal Agricultural University and the Bingham Library, early partners of the firm held legacies which continue within the walls of the firm and beyond.
Our early clientele notably consisted of local farmers, entrepreneurs and railway companies. We have always provided advice and support to the central business concerns of Cirencester, supporting growth and development throughout generations in the Cotswolds.
Today, the partners continue to play a significant role in political and charitable activities in the local area. To name a few examples, Nicholas Parsons is a Cabinet Councillor of the Cotswold District Council, John Bartholomew holds the title of High Steward of Cirencester, and Richard Mullings serves as a Trustee of the St. John’s Hospital Charity and Honourable Secretary of the Friends of St. John’s Parish Church, as well as being involved in numerous other charitable organisations.
We have expanded significantly over the last two decades, attracting young solicitors to train and work here from all over the UK.
In 2010, Sewell Mullings Logie LLP was incorporated as a Limited Liability Partnership, and continues to practice as such, at the heart of the Cotswolds.