Specialisms and sector expertise
Interpreting the law can be a minefield, more so when it concerns a very new, or niche or particularly complicated matter. To help our clients navigate the law and achieve the best possible outcome, our legal team includes solicitors who specialise in many different areas of law and business sectors.
Each lawyer’s chosen specialism reflects their experience, in-depth knowledge and passion. As true enthusiasts, they invest time and energy to gain an in-depth understanding of the issue and the context in which it applies.
This focus results in highly specialised advice and tailored, often sophisticated, solutions for our clients.
Advice on a wide range of matters including property, planning, employment, disputes, family law, tax and estate planning.
Banking and Financial services
Advice for borrowers, banks, building societies and specialist lenders on all aspects of lending transactions, financial litigation and professional negligence claims.
Providing legal advice for schools, academies and colleges.
Combining business and family is a delicate balancing act. As well as facing the same challenges as other businesses, family run businesses must also manage...
Providing advice to the residential development sector, from complex strategic land projects to straightforward plot sales.
Legal services for healthcare businesses
Many healthcare providers in England and Wales are privately owned and managed with a corporate business structure. Often, they provide a service to NHS and...
Legal specialists in nuclear energy and national infrastructure Our nuclear energy and national infrastructure team has extensive experience advising on major strategic projects, with a...
Acting for government agencies, local authorities and PTCs.
Commercial property advice for property investors, developers, housing associations, local authorities and land owners.
Dealing with all aspects of energy provision from planning, acquisition and financing to the operation of plants and facilities.
Retail & leisure
Advising shops, brands and retail chains on issues such as food safety, regulatory changes and property.
Social housing providers
Advice for local authorities, charities and care organisations.
Advising the sports sector on matters including employment, litigation and intellectual property.
Start-ups and high growth businesses
Specialist legal advice for entrepreneurs and business owners Starting a business can be a thrilling adventure – but it can also create a to-do list...
Providing legal advice on all technology matters including IT outsourcing, contractual disputes, data protection and social media.
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What our clients say
The key difference when working with the team at Clarke Willmott is their passion for the subject and the fact that they genuinely want to assist.
Social Housing client
Clarke Willmott LLP has a well-respected team with ‘vast experience in negotiating complex issues’, and its knowledge and grasp of legal issues is ‘second to none’.
Commercial Litigation client
Our expertise in action
Gas supply dispute following the change of contractual supplier by the client. Problem The change of contractual supply was not...Read more
Wharfside Developments Ltd
Wharfside Developments Ltd is a development company based in Ireland which instructed Clarke Willmott in relation to a proposal for...Read more
Westbury Homes Limited
Westbury Homes is part of the Persimmon PLC group of companies, a leading national housebuilder company. Westbury instructed Clarke Willmott...Read more
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The levels of service, expertise and professionalism have been of a consistently high standard.