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New Head Office and Recruits for Cardiff-Based LegalinX

It’s already gearing up to be an exciting year for global information provider LegalinX, with a major head office move and a duo of recruits relocating from Australia to join the successful team.

The company, which operates out of Cardiff, London and Brisbane, has recently moved from their home on City Road, Cardiff, to new premises in Churchill House, Churchill Way, taking 26 staff with them. Their City Road office had been the company’s home since 1999.

The move will see LegalinX occupy 3800sq ft of office space on a five-year lease in the highly sought-after city centre building, providing staff with a more flexible working and meeting space, as well as room for expansion.
The firm also welcomes two new recruits from Australia, who have been headhunted for their expertise in microservice architecture. Nikom Dupuskull and Yiping Zhang have recently relocated from the company’s Brisbane office and will work on developing new features for LegalinX’s ordering platform.

The recent investment is testament to LegalinX’s continued successes and growth, particularly within Wales. The company currently works with around 85 of the UK’s top 100 law firms and counts some of the country’s biggest named companies as their clients.

Mark Allwood, CEO, Legalinx-7side, said: “The relocation of our Cardiff head office to Churchill House marks a new chapter for us following steady growth over a number of years.

“We are proud to have built up our client following as a result of the hard work of our expanding and dedicated team.

“The move is an exciting new progression for us and one we have considered carefully to ensure that we continue to develop innovative solutions for our clients.”

LegalinX is a market leading provider of business, property and consumer information. They provide services for the legal, conveyancing and financial industries.

The company is also in the running for the upcoming Wales Legal Awards, having been shortlisted for the services they provide to the legal profession.