We are one of the largest law firms in Essex & East London, with offices in Barking, Romford and Grays. For the past 40 years, we have offered a wide range of legal services to both individuals and businesses. Our aim is to provide exceptional customer service, tailored to the needs of our clients. Whatever your legal need, we can help.
Established in 1976, with a single office in Barking. We have since grown steadily over the years as demand for affordable, quality legal services has increased. The firm merged with David Charnley & Co in 2007, TNT Kelly Solicitors in 2009 and TNT Solicitors in 2011. This enabled us to extend our office presence into Romford and Grays.
We now employ over 60 legal specialists. Within each department we have lawyers who are able to take on the most complex and demanding of legal cases. Our reputation has grown and we regularly take on both national and international work. The press have reported on many of our cases.
The independent legal directories, The Legal 500 2019 and Chambers and Partners 2019, both recognise us as being leaders in our field. Also ranking several of our lawyers individually as experts in their area of law.
We have always recognised the importance of providing high quality yet affordable legal services to our clients. In 1994 we were one of the first firms of Solicitors with whom the Legal Aid Board (now the Legal Aid Agency) entered into a Franchise Agreement. We now have contracts with the LAA for most types of legal aid work.
In 2010 we have achieved the Lexcel accreditation, awarded by the Law Society, demonstrating the quality measures we have in place to ensure a high level of service to our clients. This was presented to the firm at its offices by the President of the Law Society. The firm is rigorously audited every year by an independent assessor to ensure that our high standards are maintained and constant improvements made.
We also provide a free no obligation walk-in Legal Clinic every Saturday from our Romford and Barking offices, as we understand that it’s not always easy to obtain legal advice during the working week. Follow this link to find out more.