Lawyers expand to Brighton

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Eastbourne law firm, Warren’s Law & Advocacy has opened its fourth office, with a new base in Brighton.

The new office, headed up by Anthony Waller and Dominic Murphy, will work hand-in-hand with the firm’s other offices at Old Bailey in central London, Lewisham and Eastbourne. Located on Middle Street, Warren’s Law Brighton will focus on providing specialist advice on all types of dispute resolution, family and education law, litigation as well as general and corporate crime.

Founded in Eastbourne 25 years ago by well-known solicitor, Rodney Warren, the firm has its roots in criminal law – often grabbing headlines for its trail-blazing work on some of the largest fraud and bribery cases in recent history. In recent years it has also diversified and grown significantly.

Rodney Warren, founder and senior partner, said: “We are delighted to have an office in the heart of the city - it complements perfectly our full service offering across the South East and while we deal with many high profile cases, we always provide the same exceptional personalised service to every client, irrespective of the size or nature of the case.”

The firm now has a 50 strong legal team of solicitors, barristers and consultant QCs working across all areas of law. It also continues to represent clients nationally and internationally in investigations by the Serious Fraud Office as well as those relating to money laundering, complex mortgage fraud and corporate internal investigations.

For more information visit: www.warrenslawbrighton.co.uk