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Solicitors in Cambridge


Birketts is recognised as one of the top UK law firms

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Solicitors in Cambridge

We opened our first Cambridge office in the heart of the City’s professional services district in March 2008. In November 2015, we moved to our current premises. During this time we have become firmly established as one of the top tier law firms in Cambridge.

Our excellent team of lawyers and solicitors in Cambridge specialise in a full range of services across corporate and commercial law, dispute resolution, property law, agricultural law, employment law, wills and estate planning and family law. It is also the base for our specialist strategic land development, education, planning, insolvency and technology sector teams. Watch our short video to discover how Birketts can help you.

Of a total of over 600 staff, more than 100 are based in the Cambridge office where we have attracted key individuals across the firm’s key service areas. The 2017 UK edition of Legal 500, an independent guide, notes that Birketts ‘demonstrates a high level of professionalism’, with clients citing the team’s ‘accurate, in-depth and timely advice’.   

Birketts is recognised as one of the top UK law firms

Legal 500 [UK 2017]

Ranked in the top tier for Agriculture, Banking & Finance, Charities, Dispute Resolution, Construction, Contentious trusts and probates, Corporate and Commercial, Corporate Tax, Crime (Fraud), Education, Employment, Environment, Family, Insolvency, Private Client, Planning and Social Housing.

Partner Caroline Stenner is the office’s representative on the management board.

As Cambridge solicitors the community is very important to us. We have established a charitable fund – The Birketts Charitable Fund – managed by the Cambridgeshire Community Foundation which is committed to supporting locally based charitable projects. To read about some of the grants that have been made from the Birketts Cambridgeshire fund, please visit the Cambridgeshire Community Foundation site.