How we make it possible

Harrison Drury are award-winning solicitors with a unique approach that centres on making it possible for our clients.

We look at every situation with a client hat on. We listen, we understand and we pull out all the stops to get the right results, whether it is a commercial or personal matter.

Our track record has made Harrison Drury a leading choice of solicitor for business and private clients across the region.

We also strive to be an employer of choice, giving our clients access to passionate, talented advisers, and our people an enjoyable and rewarding career.

If you would like to discuss a legal matter, call us today. We have offices in Preston, Lancaster, Garstang, Kendal and Clitheroe.

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See us in action

At Harrison Drury, we invest our time in answering our client’s needs and provide excellent advice on a number of legal matters. Watch our video to see how we go the extra mile to make it possible for all our clients with complete dedication to our core values with every individual case. This is what keeps us striving to stand out as one of the leading solicitor firms in the North West.

How can I protect my business from employment tribunal claims?

Dec 14th, 2017

Harrison Drury’s employment team explain how you should respond to an employment tribunal claim and how you can protect your business in the first place […]

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Cricket club targets expansion with land purchase

Dec 12th, 2017

Fulwood and Broughton Cricket Club will buy land east of its Highfield ground Expansion will give club new pitch and extra capacity for its junior […]

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GDPR and the new Data Protection Act – What’s the difference?

Dec 7th, 2017

With the UK’s data protection framework set to change in 2018, David Edwards, head of Harrison Drury’s regulatory team, takes a closer look at the […]

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Will my lasting power of attorney keep me safe?

Dec 1st, 2017

Retired court of protection judge, Denzil Lush, has said that he wouldn’t draw up a lasting power of attorney (LPA) and he would prefer to […]

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Blackpool FC and the relationship between majority and minority shareholders

Nov 17th, 2017

The recent High Court judgment in the case of VB Football Assets v Blackpool Football Club (Properties) Limited (“BFCPL”) provides a relevant platform on which […]

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Senior hire for Harrison Drury’s private client team

Nov 14th, 2017

Harrison Drury has recruited a new director to head up its private client team. Eve Carter – a specialist in Court of Protection and mental […]

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Harrison Drury band rocks its way to London

Nov 13th, 2017

A rock group made up of lawyers from Harrison Drury has won the right to play at London’s legendary 100 Club after winning ‘best band’ […]

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Multi-million-pound Morecambe seafront development underway

Nov 8th, 2017

The Broadway will provide 50 new apartments on vacant site Scheme to provide new iconic building to replace the former Broadway Hotel Law firm Harrison […]

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Insecurity of tenure for business tenants

Nov 7th, 2017

Property litigation lawyer Laura Hallett Lea examines a recent high court decision which considered whether a landlord’s proposed development was contrived with the sole aim […]

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Property expert Wendy joins firm’s Clitheroe office

Oct 30th, 2017

Law firm Harrison Drury has recruited experienced property lawyer Wendy Newbury to join its Clitheroe office. Wendy joins the firm after more than eight years […]

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