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Immigration boutique DavidsonMorris is instructed by multinational companies and UK-based businesses and organisations, as well as business owners and management executives on a range of immigration issues. Clients are drawn from sectors including tech, leisure, hospitality, food, retail, design, education, sports, energy and financial services sectors on global mobility matters, compliance, risk management and applications, and the team is also noted for its experience in challenging Home Office civil penalty fines. The firm, which is led by 'expert' managing director Anne Morris, acts as retained legal advisers to clients including online furniture retailer Made.com and the Gordon Ramsay Group.
‘The main feature of working with Anne Morris is that the answer is always at her fingertips; this is both in terms of the technical legal position and the practical next steps to take.’
‘Anne Morris is an expert.’
Gordon Ramsay Group
Scuderia Torro Rosso
University of York
Wright Brothers Spitfire
Stagg & Barber
DavidsonMorris > Firm Profile
As employer solutions lawyers, DavidsonMorris provides strategic consultancy and managed services that ensure businesses are both fully compliant with their legal requirements and effective in meeting their people-led business objectives.
The firm specialises in employment & immigration law and human resources and global mobility consultancy. From offices in London, Cambridge, Aberdeen, Manchester and Birmingham, DavidsonMorris supports employers with UK-based operations in all aspects of workforce management, development and mobility.
Bringing together lawyers, human resource professionals, global mobility consultants and former Home Office employees, the firm’s multidisciplinary team offers a complete and cost-effective capability in support of high-performing HR functions.
Other offices: Cambridge, Aberdeen, Manchester, Birmingham
|Managing director||Anne Morrisfirstname.lastname@example.org||020 7494 0118|
Staff FiguresUK partners : 1 UK solicitors : 6
LanguagesGujarati Croatian Serbo-Croatian Bosnian
MembershipsSolicitors Regulation Authority
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