Winckworth Sherwood

A law firm with a view



Winckworth Sherwood provides a wide range of legal services to a diverse range of businesses, not for profit organisations and private individuals. The firm has evolved over two centuries through our relationships with key clients and the particular skills and interests of our lawyers. As a result, we have organised ourselves into teams that service core areas. Our vision is to lead in the sectors that we serve. We are far from static; we recognise changes in the market and react to the needs of our clients by adding appropriate legal services to our offering. Client care is at the heart of what we do. There is a universal desire and drive to provide practice excellence across the firm. We are based in London Bridge, on the river and just next to the buzz of Borough Market and the South Bank. We hope that this website gives you a good understanding of our firm. We welcome feedback in our continued effort to improve and respond to client requirements.



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Saving more for retirement

This is a massive issue - and has been one for a while.  Employees across the UK desperately need to be saving for retirement.  

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Number of retail shops continues to fall

The British Retail Consortium (BRC) has today published its first of three reports on the state of the retail economy up to 2020 and...

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unknownx500 Roberto Verzo

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Minimum Wage Work Experience

It’s great to see the Law Society – in partnership with the Junior Lawyers Division – coming out in support of minimum wage payment to...

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Starbucks and Pret to sell alcohol

Starbucks and Pret-a-Manger are turning baristas into bartenders as they start selling alcohol. After a successful trial in a number of...

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unknownx500 Sam Howzit

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LSE and Deutsche Börse talking again.....

.....and it's not even Christmas time.

T he London Stock Exchange Group and Deutsche Börse said on Tuesday they were in talks over a “merger of equals” in a move that would...…

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Dramatic rises in probate fees proposed

The Government published a new consultation on Thursday (18 February 2016) in which it has proposed significant increases in the fees...

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