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At Clarke Willmott we recognise that positive results are best achieved through a deep understanding of the complex and sensitive situations our clients are faced with. That’s why our lawyers devote time and energy in building a trusted relationship with you. We will provide you with astute legal guidance, carefully tailored to your unique circumstances, whether UK or cross border.

What our clients say

Each member of their team was extremely understanding and patient with all of my queries. I felt that they were fair, level-headed and calm at all times.

Family Law client

Really friendly and helpful. There was communication all the time and they had good support in the team. I was always informed and couldn’t have wished for better.

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Our expertise in action

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Clarke Willmott reach successful settlement for delayed fracture treatment case

A woman has been left with long term care needs which would not have been required had her fracture been...

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Trusts in International Estate Planning

Mr. Rhodes is domiciled in South Africa but works in the UK. He instructed Clarke Willmott LLP in relation to...

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Yeovil College

Gas supply dispute following the change of contractual supplier by the client. Problem The change of contractual supply was not...

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The latest from Clarke Willmott

Catch up with the latest news and views from the Clarke Willmott team.

London client drinks – June 2022

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CIH Housing 2022 Drinks

Our Social Housing team is hosting drinks whilst in...

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Clarke Willmott expands risk and compliance team to support growth of firm

Clarke Willmott has expanded its risk and compliance team with the appointment of three new starters.

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Calling someone ‘bald’ amounts to sexual harassment

An Employment Tribunal has found that an employee was subjected to sexual harassment when a manager made a comment about his baldness.

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Victimisation: the right not to remain silent

The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) recently considered the case of Warburton v Chief Constable of Northamptonshire Police and outlined the proper test to determine whether a person has been victimised at work.

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I’m getting divorced – now what?

Divorce lawyer Adam Maguire looks at what divorcing couples should take into account at the outset.

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