Thames Valley Solicitors

Harrison Clark Rickerbys is a full service law firm, operating in the Thames Valley and surrounding areas, including the M4 corridor, Reading and London.

We focus on providing tailored legal services at a realistic cost. That means good communication, mutually understood objectives and managed value for money. Our lawyers are easy to work with, commercially astute and proactive.

 

Our Thames Valley Solicitors team is comprised of:

Derek Jones, Head of Thames Valley Corporate Recovery

Rob Lynch, Head of Thames Valley Commercial Property

Rajeshree Bhojnani, Head of Thames Valley Commercial & Intellectual Property and Technology

Nick Wagstaffe, Head of Thames Valley Corporate

Dawn Oliver, Head of Thames Valley Private Client

Andrew Morris, Lead Solicitor in Thames Valley Family and Divorce

Nicolas Groffman, Head of International

Adrian Wilmot, Head of Insolvency Litigation

Our key areas of expertise are in:

We represent businesses (from start-ups through to SMEs and multinationals/PLCs), entrepreneurs and private individuals. Our lawyers have represented clients from across business and industry sectors, including:

  • Banking and finance
  • Financial services
  • Real estate investment
  • Land development
  • Construction and engineering
  • Software and technology
  • Media
  • Education
  • Automotive
  • Motorsport
  • Hotels, leisure and sport
  • Retail
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Health and Social Care
  • Agriculture and Rural Affairs
  • Defence and Security

Our Thames Valley office is located at:

Suite 24, 100 Longwater Avenue

Green Park

Reading

RG2 6GP

T +44 (0)118 945 0152

We also have meeting facilities in the City.

“Thank you on behalf of the Supreme Court for your firm’s kind support for our summer exhibition and associated educational events, about the role of the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council. We are particularly grateful that the funds you have made available will enable us to work with the University’s Streetlaw project to provide school students with the opportunity of debating a past JCPC appeal, as well as to tour the building and find out more about the modern work of the top appeal court for many smaller Commonwealth countries”.

Head of Communications

Supreme Court of the United Kingdom