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Leading law firms merge to meet growth in demand

Two Hereford law firms will combine their strengths from the beginning of May, with Harrison Clark Rickerbys and Gordon Lutton Solicitors merging in direct response to the growing local demand ... more


Familiar Cheltenham landmark changes hands

The popular Cheltenham watering hole The Bank House has changed hands for more than £3m, being sold to a private property investment company in a deal supported by Cheltenham law firm Harrison ... more


Leading law firm support purchase of Bath hotel

Lawyers from Harrison Clark Rickerbys have supported The Elmhurst Foundation in its purchase of Combe Grove hotel, near Bath. The hotel, set in 70 acres of woodland with its own fitness club ... more


Sam Driver White

It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Sam Driver White, former senior partner of Harrison Clark, on Monday 20 February 2017. Sam, who was 78, started his career in Worcester at ... more


Crickhowell pupils impress in court

Budding legal eagles from Crickhowell High School and beyond came together this month to put their persuasive powers to the test during a day learning about the law organised by leading law firm ... more


Lawyer takes the directors’ chair

Joanne Hodgetts, a commercial litigator with Harrison Clark Rickerbys, is literally occupying the directors’ chair as she takes over as the chairmanship of the Hereford and Worcester branch of ... more


Aled Owen on S4C show FFermio

Aled Owen, part of our team of regulatory solicitors, recently appeared on Welsh TV channel’s FFermio show to discuss how rubbish is being illegal dumped on rural properties, after being ... more


Taking the power grid forward for the future

Our power needs, how to manage the two-way flow of power into and out of the grid and how the grid can take full advantage of digital technology will be among the issues addressed by renewable ... more