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Weightmans - Liverpool
  • 100 Old Hall Street
  • Liverpool
  • Merseyside
  • UK
  • L3 9QJ
  • Tel:0345 073 9900
  • Fax:0345 073 9950
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  • Senior Partner Dan Cutts
  • Managing Partner John Schorah
  • Total staff 1428

The Firm Weightmans is an award winning UK law firm employing more than 1420 people. The firm has grown rapidly because of its focus on two key aspects of its business: its clients and its people.
The firm’s people are determined to achieve the best result for its clients. The firm monitors results to provide value that can be measured – ensuring its clients come back time and time again and that the firm is their preferred choice of legal service providers. As such the firm recognises the importance of its people enjoying what they do. That’s why it is committed to creating a friendly and inspiring working environment.
The firm has offices in Birmingham, Dartford, Glasgow, Knutsford, Leeds, Leicester, London and Manchester.

Principal Areas of Work The firm’s practice is structured into three key areas – insurance, commercial and public sector. In brief:
■ A formidable reputation and heritage in insurance in which it is a leading national player
■ A substantial and diverse range of commercial services for public sector bodies, large institutions, owner managed businesses and PLCs
■ An impressive reputation in the public sector market, acting for many local, police and fire authorities and a range of NHS trusts
■ A full family and private client service including: wills, tax, probate and residential conveyancing
■ A national firm with international reach with an extensive informal network of law firms in most foreign jurisdictions courtesy of its membership of Legalink.

Clients The firm’s clients include insurance companies, public sector organisations, UK PLCs, multinational companies, public sector organisations, education establishments, private individuals, SME’s and other managed businesses. marKet

Sectors Built environment, education (including schools), emergency services, healthcare, insurance, leisure and retail, local government, manufacturing, owner managed business, professional services, social housing, transport and logistics, utilities.

  • Commercial Tim Lang
  • Insurance Kieran Jones Rob Williams
  • Public Sector Andrew Cooper