Cartwright King Solicitors Expands And Opens New London Office

8th October 2013

Cartwright King has expanded its operations nationally with the opening of a London office following the recruitment of a London based team of specialists in professional discipline and pension legal work.

A four-strong team headed by Mark Lake has joined Cartwright King from London firm Lake Jackson.  They will be based at Cartwright King's new City office that has opened on Telegraph Street.  The team are highly regarded in the specialist field of professional discipline, for which Cartwright King already has a strong reputation under the leadership of Mandip Kumar.  As a result the firm will be looking to further expand this type of work, as well as use the new London base to expand the other legal services that it provides geographically. Cartwright King are specialists in criminal and business defence, specifically fraud and regulatory work; immigration; motoring law; road traffic; family; mental health & court of protection.  It already has offices in Birmingham, Derby, Leicester, Newcastle Gateshead, Nottingham and Sheffield. -It's a huge step forward to be expanding our professional discipline department into London, said Rupert Hawke, managing director of Cartwright King.  -Not only does it give the team a presence in the capital, but also the firm as a whole.  As we become more of a national law firm with a national reputation, it makes perfect sense to open a new office in London and provides us with a great opportunity to further expand our operations.

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