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Who we are

At Clarion we have a refreshing approach to providing legal services to our clients. We have a team of experienced, talented and committed professionals who are passionate about providing excellent advice and encourage you to expect more. It is the energy and vision of the people at Clarion that is the heart of our offering.

Listening To You

In business, in life; imbedded in the Clarion DNA is a desire for quality and care. We aim to walk in our clients shoes – listening first to understand your world and then working on your terms.

Offering You More

We are widely recognised for our expertise and our dynamic handling of sensitive, high profile and complex situations in the UK and internationally. Our team recognises that to provide you with a complete service it needs to be committed not only to your immediate problems but also your long term goals.

Strength in Depth

We have brought together a team of highly rated lawyers many from national and international law firms who work without the restrictions and cost implications associated with international legal practices. We work in a wholly collaborative way to ensure that we provide you with an individually tailored and seamless service.

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We’ve dealt with Clarion for many years, they’ve been able to help us with everything we’ve ever needed from a legal perspective and always provided an excellent service.  We have enjoyed a close relationship with Jonathan Simms in the corporate team who has become a trusted adviser to the business as we have faced the challenge of finding additional income streams and adapting the business.

- Simon Gibson, Simon Gibson Transport

Coronavirus - our commitment to our team, clients and community

The management and operational team are closely monitoring Govern…

Intellectual Property - Webinar for In House Counsel

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Justine Osmotherley

Homeworking - Making it work for your business

In the current climate, employers are developing working arrangements and are being…

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Our Team’s Chosen Charity

Our Team’s Chosen Charity

Clarion ranked 8th in Sunday Times ‘Best Small Companies to Work For’ list

After announcing a few weeks ago that it had achieve…

GDPR and Conference Calls – Avoiding a Zoombomb!

A surge in demand for conference calls facilities has been an inevitable consequ…

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Simon Young

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Wealth management and protection for business owners / family businesses

Business owners need to ensure they have the right documents in place to ensure future financial security for themselves and their family. Our corpora…

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What is the court of protection?

What is court of protection and what types of dispute does it deal with? In this video Lynsey Harrison from our Contentious Private Client team explai…

Clarion Mentoring Scheme 2017-2018

Clarion Mentoring Scheme 2017-2018

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Roger Hutton

The construction industry – your coronavirus questions answered

Phil Morrison, who heads up our Construction Team, answers the ke…

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The firm very much thinks about its clients in the way it operates. It provides services in a joined-up manner: the lawyers work together across the different disciplines.

- Chambers UK 2017
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Richard Moran

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Employment Law Bulletin - March 2020

News round-up  The outbreak of coronavirus has put the world in an unprecedented situati…

Clarion achieves three star accreditation in national ‘Best Companies to Work For’ scheme

Leeds law firm Clarion has achieved a…

COVID-19 - A pending resurgence in CVAs?

CVAs or Company Voluntary Arrangements over the last few years have, with the exception of…

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Employment Law Bulletin - July 2020

News round-up  To start, a brief reminder of the gradual removal of the Coronavirus Job R…

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Ryan Millmore

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Esther Kirwan

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What Is Contentious Probate?

You might have heard the term 'contentious probate' but don't know what it means or even what it is. In this video Lynsey Harrison from our Contentiou…

Clarion’s growing Real Estate Team welcomes another legal director

Clarion’s successful Real Estate Team is continuing to e…

Clarion Commercial Solicitors - Supporting The Outward Bound Trust

Clarion Commercial Solicitors - Supporting The Outward Bound Trust

The partners at Clarion have an active involvement in the day to day legal work and have a desire to get into the detail. The teams are well trained and well supported.

- Legal 500 2019

Important Changes to Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme

The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (the “Scheme”) has been dev…

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Changes to Capital Gains Tax from 6 April 2020

From 6 April 2020, if you’re a UK resident and sell a residential property in …

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Martin Grange

Clarion welcomes another five new starters

Clarion is continuing to grow with another five people joining the Leeds law firm in re…

Seven more promotions at Clarion

A further seven lawyers at Clarion are developing their careers with the Leeds law firm as they r…

Reclaiming inheritance tax when the value of a deceased person’s shares reduce after death - in light of Coronavirus

In these unc…

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Are you reorganising your workforce through settlement agreements?

In the current climate, a period of economic uncertainty and pot…

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Lindsay Texel

Esther Kirwan, Sarah Molloy, Lorna Webb, and Isobel Jones are a terrific team! They work well together to solve complicated issues, and offer sound advice concerning the use and registration of marks within the United Kingdom and European community.

- Legal 500 2019
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What are the 5 reasons for Divorce proceedings?

The divorce process can seem complicated, stressful and a really difficult time. In this video Justine, head of our family team, takes us through the …

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