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Jackson Lees Group

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WALKER HOUSE, EXCHANGE FLAGS, LIVERPOOL, MERSEYSIDE, L2 3YL, ENGLAND
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Work 0151 282 1700
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Fax 0151 282 1715
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www.jacksonlees.co.uk/liverpool-walker-house

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Birkenhead

The Jackson Lees Group is an award-winning, forward-thinking law firm in the North West.

The firm: Jackson Lees Group provides a full-service legal solution to personal and commercial clients. With over 280 committed employees spanning six offices, the Jackson Lees Group can solve any legal query using its wide range of expertise.

The Jackson Lees Group was formed in May 2016 after Jackson Canter acquired Wirral-based law firm Lees Solicitors. Lees joined Jackson Canter and Broudie Jackson Canter, with the three forming the Jackson Lees Group.

Within the Jackson Lees Group there are industry-recognised leaders who are changing the shape of the legal environment. Through hard work, commitment to its clients and unrivalled expertise, the group is making a difference through the practice of law.

The group has a long and well-respected history, with Jackson Canter established in 1961, Lees Solicitors being founded in 1889, and Broudie Jackson Canter representing 20 families at the Hillsborough inquest.

Types of work undertaken: 

Services for individuals

  • Actions against the police
    • Children law
  • Community care

 

  • Court of Protection
    • Crime
    • Employment
    • Family law
    • Housing
    • Immigration
    • Inquests
    • Medical negligence
    • Mental health
    • Motoring offences
    • Personal injury
    • Prison law
    • Professional negligence
    • Residential property
    • Welfare rights
    • Wills and probate

Services for business

    • Business disputes
    • Buying or selling a business
    • Commercial contracts
    • Commercial property
    • Corporate law
    • Debt recovery
    • Employment
    • Pension transactions
    • Restructuring and insolvency
    • Shareholder and partnership agreements

Other offices: Birkenhead, Heswall, Liverpool (Dale Street), Manchester,  Hoylake

  • Number of directors: 5
  • Number of other UK fee-earners: 122

Liverpool

 

Established in 1961, Broudie Jackson Canter have been helping individuals and communities across the North West for over 50 years.

The firm: Broudie Jackson Canter support the vulnerable and socially excluded, helping to change the face of society.

Their expert lawyers have dedicated their lives to human rights and have developed a national reputation for striving for justice.

The practice has raised standards in relation to professionalism, public safety and integrity through consistently holding the state to account.

Broudie Jackson Canter pride themselves on the quality of their legal work and have worked hard to obtain the Law Society's Lexcel Quality Mark. Their expert solicitors can give legal advice you can rely on.

Types of work undertaken:

  • Actions against the police
    • Children law
    • Community care
    • Crime
    • Housing
    • Immigration
    • Inquests
    • Mental health
    • Motoring offences
    • Prison law
    • Welfare rights

 

 

  • Number of UK fee-earners: 60

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