Osbornes Law – Solicitors in London
Osbornes Law is a leading London law firm with over 110 lawyers and support staff. Our specialist Camden law firm and legal teams are committed to achieving justice for clients, helping with major life changes and with planning for the future.
For over 45 years, the firm has worked to meet the legal needs of individuals throughout their lives. We are proud of our award winning specialist solicitors and experienced legal teams.
We are a personal law services firm, based in London, with a nationwide reach – we help individuals across England and Wales and overseas. Our experienced solicitors will listen carefully to understand your personal situation and provide clear, straightforward advice.
Let us resolve your legal issues, so you can get on with your life.
Firm celebrates two finalists in the Legal Aid Lawyer of the Year Awards 2019 (LALYs)
Solicitors William Ford and Edward Taylor in our Housing & Social Care Department have been shortlisted as finalists for the 2019 Legal Aid Practitioners Group, LALYs awards. William Ford, Partner is a Finalist in the Social & Welfare category and Edward Taylor is a Finalist in the Children’s Rights category Shilpa Mathuradas, Head of Housing […]Read More
NEWS: Osbornes successful at Upper Tribunal in complex and unusual age dispute
R (on the Application of MRA) v Surrey County Council (JR/7871/2018) Our client MRA, a national of Iran, arrived in the UK in March 2016 as an unaccompanied asylum seeking child (“UASC”). He gave a date of birth that meant he was 12 and was taken into the care of the Defendant. He experienced a […]Read More
Ombudsman Upholds Complaint by Homeless Family Kept in Hotels for 3 Years
Bristol City Council has been found by the Local Government and Social Care Ombudsman to have failed a vulnerable homeless family, which included disabled young children, in its handling of their homeless application. Successive errors by the housing and social services departments meant that the family were forced to move between hotels, without any stable […]Read More
Construction Site Personal Injury Claims: There may be Several Liable PartiesRead More
Osbornes Law appoints new Head of Business Development to build on firm’s success
Denise Kitchener has joined Osbornes Law in London to work alongside their Managing Partner and Heads of Department to build on the firm’s recent successes and promote their growing portfolio of legal services. Denise has worked in senior management positions for law firms, including Hodge Jones & Allen LLP, prior to which she headed up […]Read More
Computer Problems In The NHS Estimated To Cause Hundreds Of Deaths
Harold Thimbleby, the Professor of Computer Science at Swansea University, together with Martyn Thomas, Professor of Information Technology at Gresham College, recently delivered a lecture at the Museum of London. The main thrust of their presentation was the claim that NHS computer system problems could be responsible for between 100 and 900 deaths per year. […]Read More
EMA Decision: Brexit Does Not Frustrate Commercial Property Lease
The largely anticipated decision in the case of Canary Wharf v The European Medicines Agency has now been given. Judge Marcus Smith ruled in favour of the Canary Wharf Group and said that the EMA would have to honour their 25 year lease even if they are relocating to Amsterdam as a result of the […]Read More
Osbornes bring High Court challenge to secure suitable accommodation
Edward Taylor has challenged Westminster City Council at the High Court after the local authority failed to meet its absolute duty to provide Ms X with suitable accommodation. As a consequence, Ms X has now been provided with suitable permanent accommodation, under a secure tenancy (one year introductory period), within the Westminster borough. By way […]Read More
Osbornes win 5 day trial in property dispute at the County Court at Central London
In 1985 clients of Osbornes, Mr and Mrs Ali-Khan, purchased a house. For various reasons they were not able to obtain a big enough mortgage to purchase the property they wanted just on their salaries. They decided to approach Mrs Ali-Khan’s sister to be a party to the mortgage. She agreed and this enabled them […]Read More
Osbornes joins celebrations for Headway East London’s 20th anniversary
Osbornes Law thoroughly enjoyed the Headway East London Gala dinner at the Swiss Church on the 15th March 2018 to celebrate 20 years of such a fantastic organisation. With members involved at all levels from the menu to the entertainment to the gorgeous art works on display it was another lovely evening with Headway. The food was […]Read More