Solicitors in Cambridgeshire

 

The fact that Cambridge University offers one of the most prestigious law degrees in the world has meant that Cambridgeshire has often been seen as a dominant legal area. Many of the more traditional law firms have decided against relocating to London, and this has meant that there has been a steady increase in the number of solicitors in Cambridgeshire as regional firms attempt to widen their scope in order to compete with the leading law firms based all over England.

Although the area does not appear to have a specialist area, there have been some significant changes in management for several firms in the area in recent times recently, and there has been an increase in the number of solicitors in Cambridgeshire specialising in private client work.

There are a number of buildings which you may need to be aware of if you have the need for solicitors in Cambridgeshire. The Citizens Advice Bureau is based at 72-74 Newmarket Road, CB5 8DZ.

However, perhaps more importantly, the county court and the Crown Court are both based on East Road (CB1 1BA and CB1 1BT respectively), while the magistrates’ court, which deals with cases that are seen to be less serious, is based at 12 St. Andrews Street, Cambridge, CB2 3AX. The procedures of each court are determined by the type of offence and the type of court, and this is another reason why it is important to obtain expert legal advice if you want to fully understand the process of any of the courts.

If you would like help finding recommended solicitors local to Cambridgeshire, Contact Law can put you in touch with a firm we work with free of charge. So, if you have any questions please call us on 0800 1777 162 or complete the web-form above.

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