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Saunders Law - Specialist Litigation Lawyers in London

Located in the heart of London's legal district, Saunders Law is a full-service litigation and dispute resolution law firm, built on the many years of experience of its founding solicitor partners – James Saunders, Nia Williams and Matthew Purcell. The firm is renowned for its service to clients in England and internationally.

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The firm is known for its commitment to clients, who range from private individuals, to SMEs to global PLCs, media companies and charities. Our expert team of litigation solicitors and commercial dispute resolution lawyers provide a quality service, without compromise, at a competitive price.

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Our reputation is built upon our proficiency in litigation, our meticulous preparation and fearless commitment to our client's cases. We are logistically resourced to deal with very large cases, but put the same care into all our work.

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