Mann and Co Solicitors is a highly experienced Lexcel accredited law firm with a national presence. We pride ourselves in our ability to deliver expert legal advice and practical solutions to our client’s legal issues and are committed to providing a professional, client-focused and results driven service.
The firm’s reputation and client base have grown from strength to strength since the firm was established over 2 decades ago. Our knowledge and expertise, together with our drive and ambition to achieve the best results for our clients has meant that we are the first point of call for clients.
We are on the Legal Aid Agency’s VHCC (Very High Cost Case) panel which means we are able to take on the most complex of criminal cases. All of our departments are headed by solicitors who are experts in their respective fields. In addition, the firm has developed key relationships over the last 25 years which gives us the advantage of having ready access to some of the best and leading barristers and experts in the country.
Mann & Co. Solicitors is best known for dealing with complex criminal matters and securing the best outcome something we very much pride ourselves on.
Our partners alone have more than 5 decades of experience between them in providing an effective and valued service to our clients. These partners are supported by a determined team of Assistant Solicitors as well as police station representatives and caseworkers.
We have 2 offices based in the Midlands and another office by appointment only based in London. We undertake criminal work nationally as well as internationally as a result of which members of the firm have had to travel to destinations including Jamaica, India, Germany, Dubai and Amsterdam.
We are contacted by clients all over the country seeking our expertise.
Maybe it won’t get that far, but those who care about these international law disputes think China and the U.S. are on a collision course because both sides hew closely to contradictory readings of international law. One would assume the conflict won’t go nuclear.