Harrison Drury is an award-winning firm of solicitors with offices in Preston, Garstang, Lancaster, Kendal and Clitheroe.
We operate across the UK and are members of the Alliott Group, a prestigious worldwide alliance of professional firms operating in over 70 countries.
Harrison Drury’s talented and multi-disciplined teams of like-minded lawyers are unwavering in their passion and commitment to successfully advise our clients which include multi-million pound organisations, owner-managed businesses and high net worth individuals.
At the heart of our approach is a core purpose that we make it possible, whether helping a client buy a competitor, set up a new company, make a will or helping a member of staff enjoy a successful career.
Our reputation has made Harrison Drury a leading choice for business and private clients across the region, as well as talented legal people looking to enjoy and enhance their careers.
The Criminal Finances Act, which became UK law on September 30 2017, places new obligations on UK companies and partnerships to prevent tax evasion offences. […]read more >
A Template GP Lease has been developed between the British Medical Association (BMA) and NHS Property Services for GP practices which lease, either the whole […]read more >
North West law firm Harrison Drury has appointed four trainees as part of its latest intake of legal talent. Olivia Bailey, Charlotte Hurst, Rachel Taylor […]read more >
In recent years purchasing a property at auction has soared in popularity, particularly among investors. Laura Hallett Lea, property litigation solicitor at Harrison Drury, offers […]read more >
Harrison Drury has expanded its presence in East Lancashire after merging with Clitheroe firm Chenery Maher. Chenery Maher specialises in family law, estate planning, probate […]read more >
After Transport for London (TfL) announced that Uber London Limited (Uber) would not be having its private hire operator licence renewed, Harrison Drury’s David Edwards […]read more >
Attracting investment funding can be a difficult and time-consuming process, particularly for new businesses without a trading history. Jack Stephenson, corporate and commercial solicitor at […]read more >
Jack Stephenson, corporate and commercial solicitor at Harrison Drury explains the key legal issues businesses need to be aware of when breaking into new export […]read more >
Lord Justice’s Jackson’s long awaited (further) review of civil litigation costs has finally been delivered. Laura Hallett Lea, associate in the property litigation team at […]read more >
Following the recent supreme court ruling where the current employment tribunal fees were found to be unlawful, the employment team at Harrison Drury explore […]read more >