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Murrays Partnership

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Senior Partner: Grant Ambridge
Number of partners: 4
Number  of assistant solicitors: 1
Number of other fee-earners: 3

Contacts:
Fraud/Business Crime:
Grant Ambridge
Serious/General Crime: Hannah Sampson
Serious Sexual Offences/Road Traffic: Hannah Sampson
General Crime/Serious Assault: Cameron Snodgrass

THE FIRM Murrays Partnership was established 40 years ago. Since that date, Murrays have built and maintained an excellent reputation of success and the utmost dedication to its clients.

Since 2013 Murrays has grown into something almost unrecognisable from its original humble high-street beginnings. Under the firm leadership of Grant Ambridge, the impeccable reputation of this practice has grown and now in addition to the original general crime work, offers a bespoke service to private clients, the city and high net worth individuals. The City practice established in 2016 and a new office in South London opened at the start of 2019 has allowed the firm to grow and develop.

Murrays advises clients from pre-charge, through to the appellate court. The depth of experience at this firm and the connections with other professionals that have been fostered over the years means that the attention to detail, access to resources and exceptional preparation Murrays provides, cannot be rivalled.

Murrays has been involved in some of the most nationally high-profile cases in living history including Damilola Taylor, Stefano Brizzi and Operation Pottery. More recently, R v Pencille (the Guildford train murder) and one of the largest fraud cases of 2019. Now, moving forwards, ongoing work includes the current defence of a celebrity client in a high profile serious sexual allegation and the ongoing defence of London’s Camden Killers.