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.

Harrison Drury keeps place among UK’s top employers

Feb 23rd, 2017

The firm has made the prestigious Sunday Times list of the ‘Top 100 Best Small Companies to Work For’ and this year has placed even […]

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Preston law firm appoints new directors

Feb 21st, 2017

Preston commercial law firm Harrison Drury has bolstered its senior management team after making a series of promotions. Harrison Drury, based on Winckley Square, has […]

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Harrison Drury advises on Cuffe and Taylor deal

Feb 16th, 2017

Lancashire-based Cuffe and Taylor, the concert promotion company behind events like the Lytham Festival and Greenwich Music Time, is looking forward to an exciting future […]

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What are private equity funders looking for?

Feb 14th, 2017

The appetite of private equity funders to invest in North West businesses shows no sign of abating. David Filmer, head of the mergers and acquisitions […]

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What if there’s no written lease?

Feb 7th, 2017

In our latest commercial property blog, Laura Hallett Lea looks at the various legal positions created when landlords allow a tenant to occupy a property […]

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Reducing risk on new health and safety fines

Feb 1st, 2017

With tougher sentences and fines for health and safety offences starting to bite, Harrison Drury’s David Edwards, offers some advice for how businesses can take […]

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A guide to selling a business

Jan 24th, 2017

Whether you are looking to retire or merely move onto a new venture, it is important to achieve a clean break from the business and […]

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A guide to buying a business

Jan 17th, 2017

Buying a business can be an exciting prospect and a powerful driver of business growth. However, it may seem rather daunting to anyone who is […]

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How the changing workplace affects your business

Jan 9th, 2017

The turbulent political events of 2016, technology trends and the changing economy will have far reaching consequences for the UK workplace over the next 12-months. […]

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Is your commercial property ready for new minimum energy performance ratings?

Jan 9th, 2017

New minimum energy performance requirements will be implemented in 2018, but commercial landlords cannot start preparing soon enough. Nicola Beneduce, an associate solicitor in Harrison […]

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