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 new Criminal Finances Act could have significant implications for the way sports clubs and their players conduct their financial affairs and use their image […]read more >
In late July, Communities Secretary Sajid Javid laid out a proposal to stop new build houses being sold on a leasehold contract. The proposal is […]read more >
The supreme court has made a landmark decision today which will see the government abolish employment tribunal fees. The employment team at Harrison Drury explore […]read more >
Harrison Drury has played a key role in helping a series of summer concerts go ahead featuring stars like Cliff Richard, Tom Jones, Alfie Boe and […]read more >
The Taylor review of modern working practices has been published by the government this week. Our employment team look at the seven key recommendations and […]read more >
Vampire Vape has purchased 115,000 sq ft premises in Global Way, Blackburn The business expects to create between 20 and 30 new jobs Firm is […]read more >
Matthew Astley, of the sports law team at Harrison Drury solicitors, looks at the case of Denny Solomona and the lessons for rugby clubs seeking […]read more >
With the new Digital Economy Act 2017 (“the Act”) having received Royal Ascent on 27 April 2017, Rhian Hawkins from Harrison Drury solicitors explores how […]read more >
Harrison Drury has expanded its commercial property team with the appointment of Silas Heys. Silas, 28, joins the firm’s office at Bridge Mills, Stramongate, after […]read more >