MFG Solicitors, the merged practice of Worcestershire and West Midlands law firm Morton Fisher with Gwynnes of Shropshire, has added Sarah Denney-Richards and Jon Clifford to the agriculture and rural affairs team led by partner Iain Morrison.
Ms Denney-Richards, an agricultural property law specialist, has joined from Burges Salmon in Bristol and Mr Clifford who specialises in agricultural property litigation has moved from Cobbetts in Birmingham.
Jim Quinn, MFG's senior partner, is one of the country's leading agricultural lawyers.
Michael Gwynne, former senior partner of Gwynnes, is one of Shropshire's best known rural practitioners.
Sarah Baugh, formerly an associate at Gwynnes, joined the firm from Birmingham law firm Martineau Johnson a year ago.
Mr Morrison said: "Both firms already had significant agricultural and rural business practices but the merger of Morton Fisher and Gwynnes made us into one of the country's largest teams.
"We have now added to the team with the arrival of Sarah and John and will continue to build on our expertise and depth of experience in all areas of rural business.
"With farming payments and regulations constantly under scrutiny and the drive to diversification, business in the countryside is a very active area for us."
MFG Solicitors has offices in Halesowen, Telford, Bromsgrove, Worcester, Wellington, Kidderminster, Stourport-on-Severn, Newport, Bewdley, Cleobury Mortimer and Oswestry.