We have been working since 1994 as many law firms are now aspiring to work – experienced lawyers working straight to screen using the available technology to the full. Our experience and efficiency means that we can provide quality advice at economic rates to all of our clients.

Our approach allows us to consistently "punch above our weight" and provide a unique combination of expertise and value for money in an increasingly competitive market place for legal services.

We are the main or sole legal adviser to numerous UK listed companies and we provide advice, both domestically and internationally, to many household names across the spectrum of personal, corporate, commercial and medical fields. The firm is "highly rated" by Chambers.

Our clients, who range from individuals to the biggest of insurers and multinationals, appreciate both our openness and our pragmatic approach.

The firm is growing and we have been joined by like-minded individuals and practices. We are an active member of the United Legal Network (www.united-legal-network.com) and this enables us to provide contacts and referrals in most European countries.

At home, we try our very best to support local schools and chosen charities and, in 2015, we became the official sponsor of the LPC Litigation prize awarded to students at the University of Law, Guildford.

Gordons is the trading name of Gordons Partnership LLP, registered in England & Wales (OC 307353). Our partners are the Members of the LLP, and our London office is its registered office.

We are authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority www.sra.org.uk (SRA ID 427846)and therefore adhere to the SRA rules.
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