GL Law is the new trading name of Gregg Latchams Limited. Find out more.

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Welcome to GL Law

GL Law is an independent law firm with lawyers based in Bristol and London. We are a group of forward-thinking, specialist lawyers and advisors who help individuals and businesses navigate change, limit risk and plan for the future. 

We don’t just take care of the legal side – we take care of you. How we can help.

Service that revolves around you

We will help you make life decisions, navigate change and limit risk. Therefore we think it’s important that our team are friendly and supportive. As well as being experts in a range of legal practices, everyone at GL Law works hard to ensure you receive exceptional service.

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Our clients

People are at the heart of our business. We are proud of the life-long relationships we have built with our clients including the many generations of families. With services for personal and business matters, we can step in and help when life changes.

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“GL acted in the sale of our business. They were very thorough in their analysis of the contract and assisted us in negotiating changes in our favour. Our solicitor kept us informed throughout the process and we would recommend that anybody buying or selling a business engages the service of GL.”

Ben Olsen
Grosvenor Consultancy Limited

“Having first been recommended to use GL back in 2009, we rapidly found them not only professional but personable in their approach, using them initially for their services involving a complex employee dispute. Thereafter, we have employed them for HR advice along with all our property matters, it was therefore a natural choice to ask them to represent us in the merger with Grant & Stone. Again, they were able to guide us through what at first is a daunting process to achieve a highly satisfying outcome.”

Chris Waelchli
Co-Founder, CRS Building Supplies

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