A word from the Chairman

A Solicitor, a Marketeer, an Administrator and an Accountant walks into a pub…

He sits down.

When someone studies law, I am sure they don’t do so thinking that 65-75% of their time will be taken up finding clients, navigating regulations, managing administration and providing HR support.

On the most part, solicitors study law to become lawyers and champion the cause of the wronged.  The reality for many is the former.  Whilst, for some, it might be a little difficult to feel sorry for the solicitor, it is the client, the member of the public, that needs your sympathy.

Clients need good advice, they need to know they are important and not an inconvenience.  They also need an arrangement which will help them pay for the right advice especially now their access to justice has been limited with the demise of Legal Aid.

Welcome to Lawthority.  Lawthority provide a range of services to enable the law firm in turn to offer a better service, both in terms of meeting their own needs as well as their clients’.

Lord Razzall, Chairman




An act of concentrating interest or activity on something: with Lawthority applying focus on meeting the client’s requirements, we could focus on their case.