GL Law is an independent law firm with legal teams 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.
Bristol at heart, UK in sight
We love Bristol and it will always be our home, yet our reach is far and wide. We support clients across the UK and worldwide.
Our legal teams are based in Bristol and London, and as we embrace an agile work model, our lawyers are able to service clients closer to their own home office too.
GL people power
We help people make big life decisions, navigate change and limit risk, so it’s important that our team are friendly and supportive, as well as being experts in their field. Everyone at GL Law works hard to ensure our customers receive exceptional service.
We strive to be at the forefront of innovation, by offering proactive and cost-effective products, services and solutions.
This drive is reflected through our core values:
- Enjoy work: This means we will provide a secure and enjoyable working environment for our staff and our clients.
- Build encouraging and productive relationships: This means that we will acknowledge to each person that we work with, whether internal staff or external clients, that their relationship with us is important to the services we provide for each other.
- Be committed to excellence: This means we will deliver a service to each other and to our clients that exceeds expectations.
Service that revolves around you
We pride ourselves on standing out from the crowd. Our approach is friendly, human and above all – effective.
With a wide range of legal services available, and the support of GL Group businesses, we can provide legal, financial and business consultancy all under one roof.
To find out more about GL Law please call 0117 906 9400 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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