Specialist employment lawyers providing the highest standard of service and quick, quality advice
Who We Are
We are a specialist firm of solicitors dealing only with employment law. This means that we can offer a more cost-effective and flexible service than our larger competitors, without compromising on the quality of our work.
We pride ourselves not only on giving expert legal advice, but also the speed of our responses and our clear communication with clients. We take the time to build a relationship with all our clients so that we can understand how best to help. To see how we can help you, please call us today for a free no obligation chat.
We have been delighted to receive awards for our customer service, as well as to have been ranked in Chambers & Partners legal directory consistently since our firm launched in 2010. The 2016 edition quotes clients as saying "The team is fun to work with; straightforward, quick to respond and remarkably consistent. You know that you are dealing with a specialist here." In addition, both of our partners have been ranked as 'notable practitioners' in Chambers and Partners since 2010.
Peter and Nicola were always totally reliable. I would not hesitate to use them again or to recommend them to new clients.
Andy Campbell, former HR Manager, Southern Water
Their knowledge and experience is extensive which is always reassuring when dealing with difficult situations.
Jane Barker, Chartered MCIPD HR Consultant
Their response is consistently pragmatic and thoroughly thought out, often including a much needed tinge of humour.
Paul Argyle, Chief Executive, Flight Directors
Specialist Employment Lawyers
We are employment law solicitors based in Chichester, West Sussex, advising clients across Sussex, Hampshire, Surrey and beyond.
As you can tell from our name, our practice is entirely focused on employment law, our specialist area of expertise. We have over 30 years’ experience between us in advising on all types of employment law and HR problems.
Our advice is always given in plain English without any waffle, and we focus on providing practical solutions to our clients’ problems.
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