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IBB Solicitors is west London's leading law firm. We are a dynamic and forward-thinking legal practice capable of handling complex legal work, and can trace our history back to 1774. We provide expertise in almost every area of the law.
We have 27 partners, 93 qualified lawyers and fee earners and 192 employees in total (including consultants) working across four main practice areas: real estate, commercial, private client and community legal services.
We provide comprehensive coverage of the south east and Thames Valley. Recognised in The Legal 500 as a regional heavyweight, we represent individuals and businesses nationally and internationally.
At IBB Solicitors, we seek to build strong and lasting relationships with our clients. We take a collaborative approach in all matters, acting as not just your legal adviser but as an extension of your business. With an entrepreneurial approach to problem solving, we deliver practical solutions to protect and enhance your interests.
We pride ourselves on the quality of service that we provide. Throughout your engagement with IBB Solicitors, you will be assigned a dedicated client partner, responsible for ensuring you receive a diligent and transparent service.
For your peace of mind, we carry professional indemnity insurance. Details are available by downloading our professional indemnity certificate.
IBB has attained the ISO 9001 Quality Mark and is Lexcel accredited. We are externally audited regularly to ensure we meet rigorous standards.
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Briefings from IBB Solicitors
The Conveyancing Association is urging the government to update the Consumer Rights Bill to stop rogue managing agents from delaying the sales of leasehold properties.
Chris Grayling is to introduce new rules guaranteeing victims of crime the legal right to tell a court how their lives have been affected, enshrining in law a ‘victims’ code’.