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    Approachable expert solicitors at your call

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    High quality of service and bespoke legal advice

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    Experienced team of over 120 members of staff

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    We deliver a solution to your legal problem

  • About CJCH Solicitors

    CJCH Solicitors is a modern legal practice which delivers customised solutions and dedicated service. With five offices in the United Kingdom and representation across the globe, the firm offers a range of services in both corporate and private matters. CJCH Solicitors prides itself on being a local firm with an international reach.

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  • Business Matters

    In addition to Corporate Law, Commercial Property, Mergers & Acquisitions, Dispute Resolution & Mediation, and Employment Law & HR services, our Business Law practice has expanded to include a dynamic Anti-Piracy and Compliance offering within our already well respected Intellectual Property division. Our diverse IP practice conducts research and enforce compliance across 42 countries globally, including conducting raids on major infringement suspects.

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    Personal Matters

    Our Personal Law practice offers a wide range of bespoke services, with highly qualified and experienced teams in the areas of Mental Health, Civil, Employment, Property & Conveyancing, Criminal, Family, and Wills & Probate. We have successfully represented clients across the United Kingdom.

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  • Our Story

    From humble beginnings to strength in service excellence and numbers, CJCH Solicitors has grown organically over the last 35 years. The firm as it is known today is the result of the merger of two dynamic and progressive law firms in 2013, Colin Jones Solicitors with Clarke & Hartland.

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    “La propriété, c’est le vol!” (All Property is theft!).  So said French anarchist and capitalist Pierre-Joseph Proudhon in 1840.  Proudhon was not actually criticising individual entitlement to privately owned land. He was attacking landowners and capitalists whom he believed “stole” profits from labourers. When modern day capitalists start up their own business they can quickly, easily …

  • Happy #InternationalWomensDay

    It’s the 8th of March, which is International Women’s Day, and although we celebrate our rich diversity and inspirational team everyday, we take some time today to stop and recognise the  immeasurable contribution made by the Women of the world. 1918 – Contance Markiewicz – First Woman elected to British House of Commons. 1921 – …

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