Edmondson Hall is a progressive and expanding practice based in Newmarket, Suffolk, the hub of British Horseracing. The firm has grown substantially over the years and now enjoys a reputation of excellence both nationally and internationally.
Edmondson Hall provide their clients with a comprehensive service and we pride ourselves on our plain speaking, accessible approach, being committed to making sure our clients receive friendly and responsive support at all times.
Our experienced team of solicitors offer a dedicated and personal service specialising in all aspects of law to match their client’s needs and expectations. From large commercial companies to private clients, Edmondson Hall provides a high level of service whatever our clients’ needs.
Edmondson Hall are proud to have been awarded Sports Law Firm of the Year 3 out of the last 4 years including 2016 – as chosen by Corporate INTL and also for being selected as Horse Racing and Equestrian Law Firm of the Year 2012 – as chosen by Global Legal Experts.
We will be running another series of our hugely popular Family Law Open Days in 2016. These Open Days are completely free to members of the public who have any issues regarding family law, whether questions on divorce, separation, cohabitation, children issues as well as financial matters and civil partnership disputes. The open door policy […]
Edmondson Hall are delighted to announce that Catelina Coulson will be joining us on Monday 3rd October. Catelina is a Private Client Solicitor and will be the primary point of contact for all such matters, including Wills, Probate and Powers of Attorney. Catelina can be contacted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Edmondson Hall are delighted to welcome Lorna Kempsell and Paul Herbert who have recently joined the firm. Lorna is a Legal Executive specialising in Commercial work, and Paul is a Trainee Solicitor whose first seat will be with our Litigation & Dispute Resolution team.
Mark Edmondson was recently interveiwed by Cambridge Magazine. To read the interveiw please click here
Chief Executive Mark Edmondson was recently invited to attend the Animal Health Trust reception at St James Palace, hosted by HRH The Princess Royal, where various charitable and equine law issues were amongst the topics of conversation.
Edmondson Hall recently hosted a function at Cambridge Rugby Club, inviting guests for lunch prior to the match against Worthing Raiders, in which the hosts triumphed 28-22. Pictured is Deborah Hargreaves with CRUFC captain Stef Liebenberg.
We have launched a new website dedicated to our Family Law services. This new site is packed with information, factsheets and FAQs about a range of family law issues. Visit the site at www.edmondsonhallfamilylaw.com
Edmondson Hall Chief Executive Mark Edmondson announces that Anna Hall Limited retired from the Partnership of the Practice on 31st December 2015. However, Anna Hall has been retained as a Consultant Solicitor handling Commercial Property matters and clients should not notice any difference in levels of service or availability. Mark Edmondson said, “It has been my […]
Last week, Michael Gove, The Lord Chancellor, was forced to apologise after a story broke that errors in the calculations in the Ministry of Justice Form E (Financial Statement) had occurred. Since April 2014 members of the public that accessed the on-line Form E were unknowingly having their financial information calculated incorrectly which, the MP admitted, […]
Edmondson Hall is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority.
SRA Number: 78735
The Solicitors Regulation Authority website can be found at www.sra.org.uk
VAT Registration Number: 637 9320 20
The Partners of Edmondson Hall are: –
Mark Edmondson Limited*
Deborah Hargreaves Limited*
* Limited Companies are synonymous with the individual named Partners
Anna Hall Limited retired from the Partnership on 31st December 2015
Edmondson Hall participated in the latest Diversity Data Collection exercise organised by the SRA. The results are available free of charge and upon request – kindly submit the Enquiry Form on this page should you wish to receive a copy.