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Accreditations, Awards & Memberships

Over the years, Stripes has been the proud recipient of a number of awards, accreditations and memberships granted for our high standards in client advice and service.

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Legal 500

Legal 500

The Legal 500 assesses the strengths and capabilities of law firms across the world and highlights the practice area teams who are providing the most cutting edge and innovative advice to corporate council. The research is based on feedback from 250,000 clients worldwide, submission from law firms and interviews with leading private practice lawyers.

Stripes Solicitors received numerous recommendations from The Legal 500 2011 – 2016 editions, across all practice areas;

Apil Accreditation

Apil Accreditation

Stripes are APIL accredited members having satisfied APIL’s specific and extensive criteria in handling personal injury claims providing evidence of their competency and experience in handling personal injury claims.

The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) has been fighting for the rights of injured people for nearly 25 years. A not-for-profit campaign organisation, APIL’s 3,800 member lawyers are dedicated to changing the law, protecting and enhancing access to justice, and improving the services provided for victims of personal injury. Over the years APIL has grown to become the leading, most respected organisation in this field, constantly working to promote and develop expertise in the practice of personal injury law, for the benefit of injured people.

DRI Membership

DRI Membership

Stripes Solicitors are members of the DRI.

The DRI is the international membership organisation of all lawyers involved in the defense of civil litigation and is committed to;

DRI International’s mission is to develop a global network of lawyers focused on the international and multi-national aspects of the practice of law. More and more often, it is obvious to companies who operate internationally and to their counsel that decisions made and actions taken in one part of the world significantly impact available choices and results elsewhere. It is incumbent upon those companies and the ever increasing group of lawyers who serve such clients’ increasing needs to understand the implications of the internationalization of law and to have knowledgeable lawyers available to them to provide insight and guidance. DRI International provides a forum to bring together international clients and in-house and outside counsel who represent them, as well as U.S. multi-national companies and their inside and outside counsel.

22 Years Anniversary

22 Years Anniversary

Established in 1994, Stripes Solicitors originated as a niche litigation practice, servicing the needs of both our commercial and private clients.

Today, twenty years on, Stripes has grown and developed alongside its clients whom remain confident in our ability to deliver a personal service with first class commercial results.

Our firm continues to remain true to its litigation heritage providing high quality, cost effective, legal advice to public and private companies, SMEs, entrepreneurial clients and private individuals. This confidence is demonstrated by the quality and longevity of our client base and recommendations by Legal directories.

Use a professional. Use a solicitor.

Use a professional. Use a solicitor.

The Law Society is the independent professional body, established for solicitors in 1825, that works globally to support and represent its members, promoting the highest professional standards and the rule of law.

In September 2014, the Law Society launched its consumer campaign, reminding the public to use a solicitor for expert legal advice.

Stripes is fully authorised and regulated by the Solicitor Regulation Authority and is proud to uphold strict industry standards and codes of conduct.

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Construction Law: The Perils of Free Advice By Joseph Chiffers

In Lejonvarn (Appellant/Defendant) vs Burgess (Respondent/Claimant), the Court of Appeal upheld the first instance decision and the principle that an architect providing free advice owes a duty in tort to recipients of their advice and may potentially be liable for pure economic loss; see here for the full judgment and see here for my blog […]

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