Description IBB Solicitors is leading law firm in West London and is recognised in The Legal 500 as a South East regional heavyweight. We are a full-service law firm handling complex legal work for both businesses and individuals.

We have two offices across the South East and Thames Valley giving IBB a comprehensive coverage of the region. There are 28 partners, 63 qualified lawyers, fee earners and consultants, and 150 people in total.

IBB Solicitors is the trading name of Iliffes Booth Bennett, a firm descended from Iliffes, originally established in 1774.
Address 30 Windsor St
United Kingdom
Phone number 0345 877 7021
Fax number 0845 638 1351
Practice areas Administrative Law, Bankruptcy and Debt Law, Business and Industry Law, Consumer Protection, Criminal Law, Employment Law, Estate Planning and Probate, Family Law, Personal Injury, Real Estate
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Submission Date 07:04:2011 (Edited 05:01:2020)

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