SA Law is a leading UK solicitors practice
Based in Hertfordshire and London
Whatever you need to achieve, our team of solicitors & legal experts can help you get there.
SA Law is a leading, full-service UK solicitors practice that can help with all legal aspects of your business and personal life. We have an exceptional track record of winning success for our clients, whether resolving disputes, optimising commercial ventures or minimising risk.
Contact our team of solicitors and legal experts in St Albans or London and we can chat about how to achieve your objectives together.
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Helping organisations towards greater success
We are business experts who specialise in law, with everything you need to make the most of opportunities, and minimise potential risks.
Client service is second to none at SA Law and that sets them apart in the legal world. They have great people who make genuine effort to know and understand their clients and their businesses.
The Legal 500 2023 - Clients praise SA Law’s personal service, communication, and friendly expertise
Clients and peers say SA Law 'provide the very highest levels of legal expertise' and 'exceptional client service'.
Watford Football Club
SA Law are the official Legal Partner and Solicitors of Watford Football Club. Find out how we support WFC on and off the pitch.
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Analysis conducted by global legal market researchers, Chambers & Partners, has again recognised SA Law’s exceptional levels of client service and technical…
The ‘knowledgeable, professional and helpful’ team at SA Law LLP has ‘a genuine dedication to its clients, and delivers an excellent level of service’
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Changes to look out for from the Spring Budget 2023
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Which Way to go With Work From Home
In a recently published article, James Cresswell discusses flexible working and what it includes after James Dyson criticises the Government’s plans to…
Family Law: What to Expect in 2023
In 2022, there have been many areas that were under family law’s microscope, including matters such as divorce, parental alienation, surrogacy etc; but…
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