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At ITN Solicitors, we pride ourselves on our experienced and qualified team of solicitors. We offer a range of legal services and always go above and beyond to ensure that our clients receive the legal advice, guidance and support they need.
No matter your issue - whether you need a human rights law firm or a criminal defence lawyer - our team of solicitors are on hand to give you the legal advice you require. Having acted in some of the most high-profile cases of recent years, our highly-skilled lawyers offer clients tailored, strategic solutions to even the most complex of legal issues.
We’re proud to say that our award-winning lawyers are recognised by leading legal directories, and lawyers from our firm have featured as Lawyers of the Week in the Times newspaper and the Law Society Gazette.
ITN are experts in all forms of business crime including fraud, corruption/bribery and money laundering.
When you need help the most, ITN's award winning criminal defence team are able to help defend your criminal case. Read about how we can help you here.
ITN’s award winning criminal defence team provide an enhanced criminal defence service to its Private Clients.
Our dedicated team of Family and Children lawyers provide high quality legal services to clients encompassing all aspects of family law
We offer advice and representation on all aspects of immigration, asylum and nationality law.
If you require assistance with immigration regulations, we can assist you and your business.
A commitment to the protection of civil liberties and human rights cuts across the work of every department of the firm.
We assist clients who have been victims of modern slavery but who have not received the help they should have had from the state.
Every year thousands of people enter immigration detention in the UK and there is no time limit for how long they can be detained. At ITN Solicitors, we assist clients who are currently, or who have previously been, detained under immigration powers, in either immigration detention centres or prisons up and down the country.
The police have been given extensive powers to protect the public and detect crime. It is important that when the police use these powers they do so fairly and in accordance with the law.
Our administrative and public law team has specialist skills in protecting and advancing our clients’ interests in holding public authorities to account
ITN can offer legal representation for business services with full guidance and support throughout the case. Please contact us to find out how we can help you.
The Digital Rights department of ITN Solicitors has unique expertise in securing and protecting digital rights.
Having a family member imprisoned can be a distressing time and can leave you feeling vulnerable and helpless. ITN are able to provide you with extensive advice with matters relating to prison law.
When your reputation is at stake you need the very best in professional legal assistance to help you maintain the good name you have worked hard to achieve. See how we can help you
Our lawyers are retained to assist in developing legal and strategic solutions in wide range of political, diplomatic and international law matters
Mitali is a very able and talented lawyer. She is hard working, tenacious and her cases are always well considered and well prepared.
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