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We are known as the “lawyer’s lawyers” for good reason - we act for more than half of the UK’s top 30 law firms, including two magic circle firms and a whole host of other domestic and international firms.

We offer an unparalleled depth of specialist experience in this sector and this is apparent in all of the work that we deliver, and in the training and networking events that we routinely host for our law firm clients.

  • our top ranked employment team regularly advises law firms on all of their HR legal needs
  • our immigration lawyers are noted by Chambers and Partners as being “held in highest esteem by corporate clients, many of whom are other law firms”
  • our exceptional partnership lawyers are routinely called in to advise firms in relation to contentious LLP disputes, and non- contentious issues alike
  • our data privacy and regulatory specialists are the experts in their field
  • our commercial lawyers have substantial experience in advising law firms on their IT software contracts and other commercial arrangements

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Two wrongs don’t make a right: Court of Appeal decides illegality is no defence to professional negligence claim

16 October 2018

For public policy reasons, the Court of Appeal has held that the defence of illegality was not available to a firm of solicitors that failed to register a property transfer to a client involved in mortgage fraud. The court decided that there was no risk that enforcing the client’s negligence claim would undermine the integrity of the justice system and she was entitled to damages, in spite of the fraud.

The legal sector and #metoo

29 November 2017

Sexual harassment is clearly big news at the moment. Not, of course, because it is a new phenomenon, but because it seems that the allegations swirling around numerous big Hollywood names have opened the floodgates and made it OK to say #metoo.

The law firm Christmas party - avoiding a legal hangover

21 December 2016

What are the main do’s and don’ts at the office Christmas party? Michael Burd dicusses in an article for LexisNexis.

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