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 will Brexit affect insolvencies?

Jul 26th, 2016

While Britain’s impending departure from the EU is unlikely to have an immediate impact on corporate insolvencies in the UK, Harrison Drury insolvency lawyer James […]

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How will Trident renewal benefit Cumbria?

Jul 21st, 2016

Nick Booth, head of Harrison Drury’s manufacturing and engineering team, comments on the Trident nuclear deterrent vote and what it means for Barrow’s shipyards. The […]

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What happens to employment law when Britain leaves the EU?

Jul 19th, 2016

Following Britain’s decision to leave the EU, employment law expert Roger Spence looks at the possible consequences for UK employment legislation. A formal EU exit […]

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Insurance Act: Firms urged to act ahead of law change

Jul 12th, 2016

Businesses are being urged to look closely at their insurance cover ahead of the biggest shake-up to insurance contract law in more than 100 years. […]

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What does Brexit vote mean for the property sector?

Jul 7th, 2016

Simon England, head of the property and construction solicitors at Harrison Drury, outlines the possible impact on the sector following Britain’s decision to leave the […]

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Brexit’s impact on your contractual obligations

Jul 1st, 2016

Corporate lawyer Brett Cooper examines the possible implications of Britain’s pending exit of the EU on business contracts and what steps businesses may need to […]

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Employers beware of plans to scrap non-compete clauses

Jun 29th, 2016

The government is looking into banning non-compete clauses in a bid to boost commercial innovation. Roger Spence, employment lawyer at Harrison Drury, discusses what this […]

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Harrison Drury uses the force for Lytham Festival

Jun 28th, 2016

Harrison Drury is taking Lytham Festival ‘to a new galaxy’ after helping organisers gain permission to show the latest Star Wars movie. The firm’s licensing […]

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Ensuring ex-employees delete confidential information

Jun 22nd, 2016

In a major ruling, the High Court has ordered the deletion of confidential information from devices owned by a business’ former employees who went to […]

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Death in the digital age: Looking after your e-estate

Jun 13th, 2016

Unsurprisingly the Wills Act 1837 does not cover what happens to your online presence when you die. Harrison Drury’s James Dickinson examines some of the […]

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