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Trowers & Hamlins LLP is a international law firm with offices throughout the UK and Middle East. The firm undertakes work around the globe and has over 100 partners and approximately 700 employees.

History


In 1777 the practice was run by Richard and John Woodhouse. Since that time it has undergone more than 20 changes of identity and amalgamations. Walter Trower (who was knighted in 1915) joined the partnership in 1886, and the name Hamlin originated in a firm called Hamlin & Grammer which was practising in 1875. Though the two firms using these names had been in association for many years, it was not until 1987 that they finally integrated to become Trowers & Hamlins.

Offices


The firm's main office is in the City of London with three UK regional offices in Birmingham, Exeter and Manchester. Outside the UK it has more than 80 lawyers working in five offices across the Middle East North Africa (MENA) region. Additionally, Trowers & Hamlins has long established links with firms in Singapore, Germany and France.

Practice areas


The firm is well known for its eclectic mix of specialisations combining sector leadership in the UK and across the Middle East. Trowers & Hamlins are independently recognised as the leading firm in social housing sector in the UK, being the only firm ranked in the top tier for legal advisers by both the Independent Client Guides to the Legal Profession - Chambers and Partners 2010 and the Legal 500. The firm also has thriving corporate, real estate, and banking and finance practices, in addition to teams from specialist practice areas such as planning, tax, pensions and environment.

Trowers & Hamlins are a full-service law firm that specialise in the following areas:
  • Banking and Finance
  • Construction
  • Corporate
  • Dispute Resolution
  • Employment and Pensions
  • Energy and Infrastructure
  • Housing and Regeneration
  • Middle East
  • Private Wealth
  • Projects
  • Public sector / Local government
  • Real estate
  • Telecoms media & technology

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