Full service law firm

Wright Hassall is a regional UK law firm that has been successful in winning work for a number of national and international businesses as a result of our focus on delivering commercial and pragmatic legal advice which delivers value for money for our clients.  

Wright Hassall is one of the largest commercial firms in the Midlands and operates as a credible alternative to City firms due to the size and experience of its team. We are able to offer first class, high quality and value added legal services delivered at very competitive rates. We are a full service law firm and can offer all the services that you would expect from a corporate law firm.

Our approach to legal services

We believe that a strong client relationship and understanding of a client’s business is key to ensuring that client expectations are met.  When first instructed on any matter, we take the time to listen to your objectives and think creatively about how best to achieve them.  If, for any reason, we do not think that your objectives are achievable, we will tell you from the outset and discuss the available options so that a clear way forward can be agreed.  

We always strive to offer a 5-star client service – to be recommended by every client every time.  To that end, we offer service level agreements which will govern the day to day obligations and expectations of this firm and our clients respectively.

We use innovative technology which enables us to effectively and efficiently scope out any matter, estimate likely costs, and manage a matter from inception through to resolution.  

Value for money

We believe that we offer London quality work at regional prices.  In other words, you get great value for money which does not require you to compromise on quality.  We do this by ensuring that our team is comprised of top ranking lawyers who have a firm grip on their area of law and who know how to work efficiently to get a job done well.  Further, all cases are resourced appropriately here to ensure that the correct level of fee-earner is carrying out each task where possible.  This helps to keep costs proportionate in all matters.

BREXIT - what does it mean to business

The decision on Thursday 23 June 2016 by the British electorate to leave the European Union has led to unprecedented activities and challenges in the political, economic and social arena. We are keeping track of what this means to business and regular updates and information can be found here.