Stephens Scown has been named as one of the best places to work in 2024 by The Sunday Times.

The law firm was recognised in the nationwide survey, which takes employee welfare, reward schemes and job satisfaction into account.

Catherine Mathews, partner at Stephens Scown, said: "Being featured as one of the Sunday Times Best Places to Work is a tremendous achievement.

"The culture within Stephens Scown is a source of great pride and inspiration.

"Seeing that recognised by the employees who responded to the employee engagement survey and put us on the list highlights the work we do to ensure colleague wellbeing and happiness."

It has offices in Exeter, Truro, and Taunton.

Stephens Scown, being a B Corp™ Certified organisation, scored highly in environmental sustainability.

Ms Mathews stated: "This reflects the great value our people place in supporting our commitment to balancing people, planet, purpose and profit as part of the B Corp™ Community."

The Sunday Times says Stephens Scown has culture of "having fun", frequent team social events, hybrid working and training opportunities.

Also, the firm is listed as one of the only four legal services firms in the 'big organisations' category and one of four based in the South West.