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About Us

Minton Morrill has provided specialist legal advice for over 30 years and has nationally-recognised expertise in a number of niche practice areas, servicing clients nationwide.

This is a niche practice not because it confines itself to excelling in specific fields, but because it offers advice in highly specialised, complex, or unusual areas of law to an accredited, regulated standard. Whilst other firms may offer these services, to deserve the term ‘specialist’, Minton Morrill believes clients deserve for that expertise to be tested and approved by a recognised authority in the particular practice area. At Minton Morrill, solicitors wishing to specialise in a particular field are required to achieve appropriate Panel Memberships or other quality standard accreditation in their chosen field wherever these exist and to maintain that accreditation.

The Firm’s teams and individual lawyers are consistently recommended highly by the ‘Legal 500’ and ‘Chambers’ Guide to the Legal Profession’, where rankings are based entirely on feedback from clients and other professionals.

What makes Minton Morrill extraordinary is the blend of and interaction between its various expert teams.  As an example, clinical negligence claims resulting in death can be dealt with entirely in-house, with no need to seek expertise outside the Firm where matters involve the highly specialised field of inquest law. Similarly, a case which begins as an inquest matter, can ultimately become a civil claim for compensation and, if the death occurred in custody, may require the expertise of the award-winning Civil Liberties team (incorporating skills in Actions against the Police) and, where criminal proceedings are contemplated, advice is on hand from our Chambers & Legal 500-ranked Crime department whose in-house solicitor-advocates are qualified to represent clients right through to the European Court.

Post-settlement, the Firm’s Court of Protection specialists can ensure that the client continues to receive the same high standard of service. This makes for a seamless, consistently quality-assured, holistic service to all our clients, including those families which have been bereaved and vulnerable individuals with diminished capacity.