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Adrienne Brock (right) of Elliott Duffy Garrett with Ann McGregor, chief of Chamber of Commerce

Adrienne Brock (right) of Elliott Duffy Garrett with Ann McGregor, chief of Chamber of Commerce

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Adrienne Brock (right) of Elliott Duffy Garrett with Ann McGregor, chief of Chamber of Commerce

A commercial law firm has celebrated 45 years with a move into new offices.

Elliott Duffy Garrett (EDG), led by Adrienne Brock, has relocated to 40 Linenhall Street in Belfast city centre.

The offices were opened at an event attended by senior figures from across the public, private and voluntary sectors.

Ann McGregor, chief executive of the NI Chamber of Commerce, said: "In today's market, businesses need lawyers not only to resolve legal issues but also to support their business development efforts.

"They must stay current and, along with the standard deep level of legal knowledge, have additional training and tools in the areas of business, technology, and project management.

"I congratulate EDG on this phase of their expansion."

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