174 Law Solicitors are a modern and progressive firm of solicitors
We stand for excellence, trust, probity and strength – with each of us bringing our very own knowledge and expertise to the table.
Collaborating is vital at 174 Law. That’s because together our strength is greater. We link and support each other to create a unique centre of excellence to offer our clients the best cost-effective solutions.
We prefer not to work for you, but in partnership with you, as we believe it delivers more satisfying and successful results. Our priority is to take the time to understand your needs, whether you’re using our personal or business services, so we can offer truly optimised advice and represent you in the best way possible.
Our values, ethics and good humour guide us as people, which is reflected in our approach. We’re proud of what we do and we always aim to be caring, committed, objective and balanced.
Thank YOU for all your help, advice and patience. Selling the family home of 80 years was never going to be easy but your help has been invaluable
I have known David for 30 years. He has always been enthusiastic, decisive, objective, determined and focussed. He has great presence and articulation, the qualities you would want from any advocate.
Phil Johnson Clinical Sport Psychologist Monaco
Helen and 174 law have consistently achieved results that have most importantly been best for my son. They listen whole heartedly to your worries and concerns for your child and I have always felt confident and comfortable with them by my side. I would highly recommend them to anyone.
We have a passion for creativity and demonstrate this in our solution focused approach. Our passion for art extends also to supporting both local artists and those further afield.Our love of creativity
Uber: Employed or self-employed? Recent employment tribunal (and consequent appeal) brought by a number of Uber taxi drivers against the company has confirmed that they should now be classed as ‘workers’ as opposed to their previous self-employed status. The consequences of this decision are significant....Read article
Employment tribunal fees ruled unlawful In 2013, the government introduced fees of up to £1,200.00 to bring an employment tribunal claim. This, they said, was aimed to reduce the number of malicious and weak cases. In the 3 years since this was introduced, the number...Read article
We kicked off things nicely this year with a fabulous cocktail event on behalf of the Mayoral 100 Club. It was basically a night of getting to know our fellow club members – all whilst having fun! What could be better? The range of business...Read article