Roythornes LLP is one of the largest firms of solicitors in the East of England. Our reputation is based on providing practical and comprehensive solutions to the challenges and opportunities faced by our business and individual clients.
We are one of the UK’s leading firms for agricultural law. We have particular strengths in property development, the food industry, international work and corporate law, whilst our well respected private-client team help individuals manage their present and plan for their future.
Despite our size, we never lose sight of the fact that we are dealing with people, and place a great importance on building strong and long lasting relationships with those we act for.
Lexcel is the quality mark developed by the Law Society of England and Wales and awarded to those who have achieved the practice management standards.
Roythornes is a member of the Law Society's Conveyancing Quality Scheme, which is an independent quality standard that ensures you will be receiving a high level of service throughout the conveyancing process. To find out more about how we can help you to move house please click the logo.
members of our personal injury and compensation team are members of the Law Society’s specialist Personal Injury Panel. This means they have passed strict criteria which assesses their skills and the work they do, and is an assurance that if you make a compensation claim through Roythornes, you will be in the safest of expert hands. To start your claim, click on the logo.
apil is the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers. APIL’s 4,700 member lawyers (mainly solicitors, barristers and legal executives) are dedicated to changing the law, protecting and enhancing access to justice, and improving the services provided for victims of personal injury. Roythornes is an APIL accredited firm.
The Legal 500 is a guide to the leading law firms of England, Scotland and Wales. Focusing on firms having the strongest reputation for differing types of legal work.
The Food & Drink Forum works with a range of organisations throughout the East Midlands to provide support, training, advice, information, and development opportunities to firms in the food and drink sector. Roythornes has been a member of the Forum for a number of years, and provides the legal helpline for its members.
British Frozen Food federation (BFFF) Roythornes is a member of the British Frozen Food federation (BFFF) The BFFF is the UK's frozen food trade association with over 300 members covering the complete cold chain of supply. Members include Importers, Brokers, Producers, Wholesalers, Retailers and Associates - companies like Roythornes who offer specialist services to the industry. The total frozen food market is now worth around £7.5 Billion in both retail and foodservice.
Fresh produce Consortium Roythornes is a member of the Fresh produce Consortium. The FPC is the trade association for the fresh produce and floral sector in the UK. Membership covers every area of the industry spectrum including wholesalers, importers, packers, processors, food service, retailers freight handlers.
Roythornes is a member of the ADBA. The Anaerobic Digestion and Biogas Association (ADBA) has been established to represent all businesses involved in the anaerobic digestion and biogas industries, to help remove the barriers they face and to support its members to grow their businesses. Its principal aim is to enable and facilitate the development of a mature anaerobic digestion industry in the UK within 10 years.
Select Lincolnshire is a group aimed at promoting the wide range of quality produce from Lincolnshire. Roythornes work closely with Select Lincolnshire on a number of projects, and supply the legal helpline for their members.