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.

New rules on assigning a lease to a guarantor

May 26th, 2016

For 20 years, tenants and guarantors of ‘new leases’ have been released from their liabilities when a lease is assigned. However, a recent landmark case […]

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IVF consent form errors: Have you been affected?

May 24th, 2016

Administration errors on consent forms for IVF treatment have led to a number of cases where the father, or second parent, is not legally recognised […]

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How would Brexit affect the UK property sector?

May 23rd, 2016

Research suggests the majority of the UK’s construction and real estate businesses back remaining in the EU. Simon England, head of Harrison Drury’s property and […]

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New head for Harrison Drury’s conveyancing team

May 23rd, 2016

Harrison Drury Solicitors in Preston have appointed Duncan Rawlinson as a director to head up our residential conveyancing team. Duncan joins after six years as […]

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Where would a Brexit leave the charities sector?

May 16th, 2016

The Charity Commission has warned charitable organisations against engaging in political campaigns around the upcoming EU referendum. In this blog, Rhian Hawkins, the head of […]

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How will the financial sector react to the EU referendum?

May 13th, 2016

A major concern following a potential Brexit would be the impact on the UK’s hugely important financial and professional services sector. Harrison Drury’s Nick Booth […]

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How would the automotive sector react to Britain leaving the EU?

May 13th, 2016

A key aspect of the Brexit debate is the movement of manufactured goods across continental Europe. Harrison Drury’s specialist solicitors within the automotive, transport and […]

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How would Brexit affect education and training?

May 12th, 2016

Higher education organisation Universities UK says a Brexit would harm the economy, stifle research and damage graduate job prospects. Wise words, or alarmist exaggeration? Harrison […]

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Leisure, tourism & retail and the Brexit issue

May 12th, 2016

Leisure, tourism and retail businesses employ large numbers of EU workers, so what sort of impact would a Brexit have? Roger Spence, head of Harrison […]

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How will the manufacturing sector react to the EU vote?

May 11th, 2016

The majority of manufacturers are broadly in favour of staying in the EU, but many are of the view that it is not without its flaws. […]

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