Current Vacancies

Most of our staff are working remotely and we are arranging meetings via video conferencing or telephone call where possible. However, our offices are open for essential meetings, which are by prior appointment only, if there is no alternative.

To see how we are operating safely at this time, you can read about our safety measures below.

Safety Measures

Risk Assessment

All of our staff will continue to be available on the same telephone numbers and email addresses, please see our People Page for contact details.

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Legal

No current vacancies

Legal Support

No current vacancies

Speculative Applications

If you are looking for a new opportunity in 2020 but don’t see a current vacancy, we are always happy to consider any direct speculative applications for legal and legal support roles. Please send your CV to recruitment@warners.law and even if we cannot accommodate you right now, we will be happy to retain your details and contact you should a suitable vacancy arise in the near future. We look forward to hearing from you.

Meet the team

Charles Tennant

Partner

Martin Terrell

Partner

Matthew Aves is an experienced litigator as well as being a trained mediator, with particular experience in handling cohabitee disputes and Schedule 1 Children Act applications. He is praised for his “strong, clear and thoughtful advice.”


Chambers & Partners, 2019

Robert Twining is a respected practitioner handling the full range of property litigation. He frequently advises blue-chip clients and has further niche expertise in the control of Japanese Knotweed. Sources describe him as "excellent and very knowledgeable."


Chambers & Partners 2018

William Wass of Warners Solicitors is “highly regarded and maintains good connections,” according to market sources. He is respected for his extensive experience handling property portfolio and investment matters.


Chambers & Partners 2019