With one of the county’s largest commercial property teams, we make it possible for you to keep your project on time and on budget.
Our experienced Home, Family and Private Client teams are here to guide you through life’s many twists and turns…
We attract talented, dedicated solicitors and experts so that we can make it possible for you and your business.
We make it possible to navigate your future, offering specialist legal advice and putting you in control.
Whatever the circumstances, our solicitors make it possible for you to take charge of your future.
How we make it possible
Harrison Drury is an 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 solicitors for business, family, divorce 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.
We make it possible by…
“Having a culture that challenges the conventional law firm approach and focuses our energy on getting results for clients, while attracting and developing brilliant people”
Making it possible for your business.
We have built our reputation on understanding our client’s needs. Providing more than simple legal advice, we understand the market you operate in and the pressures you face. We work with our team to develop specialist sector expertise in the following areas:
Our knowledge is your strength
Our expert team of solicitors and legal experts produce regular resources and updates to help you keep up-to-date with the latest information
Harrison Drury backs a winner to raise funds for East Lancashire Hospice
Harrison Drury is hosting a charity race night to raise funds for the East Lancashire Hospice 2019 Corporate Challenge. The firm is one of 31 local businesses taking part from…
What is spousal maintenance and when does it apply?
Spousal maintenance is a payment provided to one former spouse from another following divorce, usually on monthly basis. The purpose is to aid the financially weaker party with the transition…
Lorna scales heights to raise funds for North West Blood Bikes
Harrison Drury's Lorna Hodgkinson has completed a marathon solo hike in the Scottish Highlands to raise funds for the North West Blood Bikes Lancashire and Lakes charity. Lorna walked the…
Zavvi’s Champions League error shows value of good competition terms and conditions
Kerry Southworth, solicitor in Harrison Drury’s corporate and commercial team, looks at the recent Zavvi error and the need for good competition terms and conditions. While many football fans will…
Say hello to our newest solicitor Kerry Southworth
We’re proud to announce that Kerry Southworth has become a qualified solicitor with the firm after completing her training. Kerry initially joined us in 2015 in a paralegal role, then…09/05/19
Cohabitation vs Marriage: What are the legal differences if you separate?
Married couples have very different legal rights and obligations to couples who choose to live together without getting married. Janine Hutson, a solicitor in Harrison Drury’s divorce and family law…
Health and safety on construction projects – What do I need to do?
David Edwards, head of the Regulatory and Compliance team at Harrison Drury, gives an overview of recent developments around the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations (CDM) and what this could…