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Annual review

Read our story

It has been another remarkable period for Weightmans as we continue to evolve, innovate and make exciting progress towards our ambition of being a top 30 law firm with a true client focus. This year, we wanted to show you all of the great things we’ve achieved, and share some of our plans for the years to come. Here is our story.

Innovation and Artificial Intelligence

Learn more about our award-winning innovation team

We are exploring Artificial Intelligence with a view to keeping our business relevant in light of the 4th Industrial Revolution. We see AI as being a big future player in the legal sector.

CyXcel: cyber resilience, planning and response

A 360° approach to information security, data protection and privacy

Every organisation will experience a cyber incident, often more than once. The key is not to panic… get fit to tackle cyber threats head-on. CyXcel – pioneering new thinking on Cyber to help you face the future with confidence. Protect your organisation.

Training services

Keeping you up-to-date with your legal obligations

Businesses face an increasing number of legal and regulatory demands and should be mindful of their obligations and responsibilities. Quality training can keep you abreast of legal requirements.

Brexit hub

Our view on the latest developments on Brexit

Stay up to date with the latest developments on Brexit and our views on the impact they may have on your business.

Watch our video Our work in innovation Talk to us View our training services Brexit hub

Welcome to Weightmans

Weightmans is a Top 45 law firm, growing rapidly because of our focus on two key aspects of our business: our clients and our people.

To find out more about what we do, visit our services and sectors in which we operate sections.

If you are interested in working for us, visit our careers pages.

News and insights

Breadwinner v homemaker: what happens on divorce?

In 2017 in the case of XW v XH the family court allowed a husband to retain the bulk of the family assets due to his ‘special contribution’.

Fiona Turner
Fiona Turner Partner
Common law versus Convention

R (Jalloh) v Secretary of State for the Home Department, the Supreme Court was required to consider the meaning of imprisonment at common law.

Peter Wake
Peter Wake Partner

Regulation of heat - 2020 and beyond

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Fiona Turner
Fiona Turner Partner

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