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52 Bedford Row
WC1R 4LR London
United Kingdom
E: wedlakebell@legalknowledgeportal.com
T: +44 20 7395 3000
F: +44 20 7395 3100

At Wedlake Bell we have created a working culture that enables our people to offer consistently high standards of client service. We differ from other firms because the partners who are ultimately responsible for any particular matter are actively involved with the day-to-day work. Our strategic vision is to be one of the most prestigious independent law firms of our type in London, highly respected and well liked. Unlike many of our competitors, we still believe in partner involvement and partner accessibility. Our ambition is to be the law firm of choice for clients because we deliver commercial and creative solutions for their businesses. We aim to achieve this goal through sustained investment in managing knowledge and information and by creating a working culture that enables our people to offer consistently high standards of client service. We go the extra mile.
Reform to judicial review

Reform to judicial review

Judicial review is the procedure by which decisions of public law bodies and those of other bodies carrying out public law functions may be challenged through the English courts. With the growth of regulation, these decisions have increased in importance as has the use of the judicial review procedure to ... Read More »

Flexible working

Flexible working

In the UK, the right to request flexible working is currently restricted to employees with responsibility for children or those who qualify as carers. From 30 June 2014 all qualifying employees, regardless of whether or not they have care responsibilities, will have the right to make a flexible working request. ... Read More »

Want to know a secret?

Want to know a secret?

Something is stirring inside Brussels – something big.  The pregnancy is still at an early stage, for conception took place only recently; and the gestation period might be lengthy.  But if and when there is a safe delivery, the new arrival could well cause quite a stir. For the European ... Read More »

The end of leases?

The end of leases?

Moving to new premises is expensive and disruptive for a business. This prompts many tenants to renew their leases when they expire. If a tenant is deciding whether to stay or go, and the landlord isn’t exactly bothered by other prospective tenants, it can be convenient for both parties to ... Read More »

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