Bates Wells Braithwaite

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    BWB is a commercial law firm servicing a wide range of commercial, statutory, charity and social enterprises (and their owners and managers). 


    With 200 staff, solicitors and partners, we are large enough to provide a complete range of commercial services but small enough to provide a personal service to every client. 


    Our purpose is to do worthwhile work to the best of our ability for clients we respect as commercial lawyers recognising that we do so in a highly competitive environment. We will, at all times, seek to value everyone in the firm and strive to provide secure and enjoyable employment, preserving a balance between work and home.


    We will encourage a diverse and open culture which fosters innovation, together with trust and loyalty amongst all within the firm and with clients. All this we undertake in the context of making a reasonable living and always with a commitment to justice and the public interest.

    TypePrivate
    Founded1970
    HQGreater London, GB
    Websitebwbllp.com
    Employee Ratings4.2

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    Employees (est.) (Sep 2019)204(-13%)

    Key People/Management at Bates Wells Braithwaite

    Mark Abbott

    Mark Abbott

    Associate
    Raabia Adil

    Raabia Adil

    Senior Paralegal
    Tesse Akpeki

    Tesse Akpeki

    Lead Governance Consultant
    Jane Andrews

    Jane Andrews

    Senior Paralegal
    Lucas Atkin

    Lucas Atkin

    Associate
    Tim Barnden

    Tim Barnden

    Partner and Head of Immigration
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    Bates Wells Braithwaite Office Locations

    Bates Wells Braithwaite has an office in Greater London
    Greater London, GB (HQ)
    10 Queen St Pl
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    Bates Wells Braithwaite Financials and Metrics

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    1970

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    Bates Wells Braithwaite News and Updates

    New London office space for charities from Bates Wells Braithwaite

    Charity specialist solicitors Bates Wells Braithwaite are to provide central London office space for charities in a new ‘hub’ at its offices. The City of London venue will occupy 4,000 square foot on the first floor of BWB’s Queen Street Place office. Charities will be able to rent open-plan desk sp…

    Bates Wells Braithwaite selects Tiger Eye for iManage Support

    Tiger Eye have announced today that Bates Wells Braithwaite have chosen to move their iManage Support across to them. Bates Wells Braithwaite is a central London professional services consultancy (ABS) with over 250 staff, combining […]

    Bates Wells Braithwaite Blogs

    The Impact Economy Brief | 13 September

    Welcome to the latest edition of Bates Wells’ Impact Economy Brief. Our fortnightly ‘Brief’ is intended to be a helpful reference point… The post The Impact Economy Brief | 13 September appeared first on Bates Wells, London.

    What’s the latest in the world of immigration?

    As ever, it’s been a busy week in the world of immigration … Keep reading for a round up of the key recent developments. Statement of Changes… The post What’s the latest in the world of immigration? appeared first on Bates Wells, London.

    Bates Wells Briefing for Charities & Social Enterprises | 10 September

    Bates Wells have formally recognised the climate emergency and in doing so, we have committed to decrease our carbon emissions… The post Bates Wells Briefing for Charities & Social Enterprises | 10 September appeared first on Bates Wells, London.

    Bates Wells wins case for the Advertising Standards Authority

    In this case, the company Actegy challenged a decision by the ASA to uphold a complaint that Actegy’s claims for their Revitive Circulation Booster… The post Bates Wells wins case for the Advertising Standards Authority appeared first on Bates Wells, London.

    Bates Wells Formally Recognises Climate Emergency

    Bates Wells has formally recognised the Climate Emergency. In doing so, we have committed to decrease our carbon emissions significantly and to reach… The post Bates Wells Formally Recognises Climate Emergency appeared first on Bates Wells, London.

    No deal: Free movement to be replaced by… temporary free movement.

    Two weeks ago I wrote about the Home Secretary’s plan to end free movement overnight when the UK leaves the EU. See here. It was reported that the… The post No deal: Free movement to be replaced by… temporary free movement. appeared first on Bates Wells, London.
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    Bates Wells Braithwaite Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Bates Wells Braithwaite founded?

      Bates Wells Braithwaite was founded in 1970.

    • Who are Bates Wells Braithwaite key executives?

      Bates Wells Braithwaite's key executives are Mark Abbott, Raabia Adil and Tesse Akpeki.

    • How many employees does Bates Wells Braithwaite have?

      Bates Wells Braithwaite has 204 employees.

    • Who are Bates Wells Braithwaite competitors?

      Competitors of Bates Wells Braithwaite include Moye White, Cleantech Law Partners and Hanson Bridgett.

    • Where is Bates Wells Braithwaite headquarters?

      Bates Wells Braithwaite headquarters is located at 10 Queen St Pl, Greater London.

    • Where are Bates Wells Braithwaite offices?

      Bates Wells Braithwaite has an office in Greater London.

    • How many offices does Bates Wells Braithwaite have?

      Bates Wells Braithwaite has 1 office.