Finding a lawyer in Oxford

Internationally, Oxford is most famous for its University, which is one of the oldest and most prestigious in the world. Not only does the University of Oxford host a vast student population but its grounds and buildings also make for a popular tourist destination. Academics aside, the city of Oxford also thrives on cultural industry, such as media and publishing, and also has a large car manufacturing presence.

The abundance of media industry companies means that many lawyers in Oxford place are experienced with a variety of intellectual property, IT and commercial law matters, both contentious and non-contentious. The city is host to regional branches of some of the UK’s top corporate law firms.

The recent recession has been felt in Oxford as it has everywhere else in the UK; employment, debt and housing are all important legal areas in which people require assistance. Whether you need legal assistance on a personal or business matter, there will be a lawyer in Oxford who is suitable for your needs.

If you need some initial legal assistance but cannot afford a lawyer in Oxford, the Oxford Citizens Advice Bureau may be able to help you. The Bureau can be found at 95 St Aldate’s, Oxford, OX1 1DA. However, if you need more tailored legal advice or have a complex legal matter, it is advisable to contact a specialist solicitor. Whatever your need for a lawyer in Oxford, Caven can help you find legal assistance that is appropriate for you.

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