With us in your corner, the commercial side of your business is in safe hands.

Practical, focused and fast when you need us to be, we pay attention to the detail while keeping things moving – leaving you to stay focused on your next move.

Whether you’re buying, selling, structuring or investing in your business, let us do the heavy lifting so you don’t have to.

Legal expertise that supports your employees and your business. We’re always available and always ready to step in when you need us. 

Our breadth of expertise means you’ll be prepped and ready to handle the unique challenges of this fast-paced and ever-changing sector. 

Your business is unique. We’ll help you keep it that way. 

Our deep level of sector expertise means we’re the go-to law firm for clients leading the way in the low-carbon industry. 

Caroline Daly


Caroline has been with us since 2009 and is a safe pair of hands on all commercial property matters involving industrial units, retail premises and development sites.

She’s skilled at pre-empting any ‘bumps in the road’ that might hold up a transaction and using her pragmatic approach to flatten them out. Caroline is also an expert in site acquisition and property due diligence for our renewable energy clients.

Caroline became a Chartered Legal Executive in 2017 and has been an associate at the firm since 2020.

See how Caroline has helped our clients

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