We are members of a wide range of organisations related to the work we undertake. Some of these are listed below.
|The Fresh Produce Consortium is the UK's fresh produce trade association. Widely recognised as the voice of the UK industry, the FPC plays a unique and crucial role in creating opportunities, defending livelihoods and supporting the growth of its members' businesses from picking and packing to retailer and restaurant.|
Historic Houses represents over 1,640 of the UK's privately and charitably owned historic houses, castles and gardens. These are listed buildings or designated gardens, usually Grade I or II*, and are often outstanding. Many are considered to be iconic symbols of Britain's unique heritage.
The National Farmers Union champions British farming and provides professional representation and services to its Farmer and Grower members. It is the largest farmers
|The Artisan Food Trail provides focussed support for their members through active promotion of their businesses and the help needed for them to develop and grow. Our free legal help line provides guidance for members who need expert advice from our experienced team.|
The Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust are a leading UK charity conducting conservation science to enhance the British countryside for public benefit. For over 80 years they have been researching and developing game and wildlife management techniques.
The Charities’ Property Association represents charities which own and manage properties as investments. They focus on charities that hold land to sustain their charitable purposes, which includes environmental protection and conservation
Law Society Accreditations
We are accredited by the Law Society for the high standards of our legal practice across a number of specialist areas.
This accreditation recognises the reliability and effectiveness of our residential property services for all types of property transactions, including buying and selling, remortgaging and leaseholds.
This accreditation reflects the strength of practice in our personal injury claims team with Victoria Stevenson being a member of the Personal Injury Accreditation Scheme.
Roythornes Solicitors has been awarded the Law Society’s Lexcel accreditation in recognition of our excellent practice management and client care.
This is the UK’s leading professional association for personal injury lawyers, promoting better support for accident victims and working to improve the law in this area.
Victoria Stevenson is an APIL Senior Litigator while Robert Dempsey is also a member of APIL.
STEP is a worldwide association for lawyers specialising in family inheritance and succession planning issues, such as Wills, trusts and probate.
The Agricultural Law Association is a highly respected network of legal professionals specialising in the law related to farming and the countryside.
Simeon Disley, Emma Hill, Alice Lees, Kirsten Rimmer, Sarah Whitehurst, Jarred Wright and Elizabeth Young are ALA Fellows.
Lisa Millington and Tim Russ are ALA members.
PNLA is a network of lawyers specialising in professional negligence claims.
Alex Forster is a PNLA member.
Resolution is a network of family lawyers working to reduce conflict in dealing with family legal disputes, such as divorce and separation.
Victoria Hope is a Resolution member.
SFE is an organisation for solicitors offering specialist legal services for elderly and vulnerable people.
Elizabeth Young is a SFE member.
CEDR is one of the UK’s leading providers of training and accreditation for civil and commercial mediators.
Peter Cusick is a CEDR Accredited mediator.
ELA is a professional organisation working to support employment lawyers and promote best practice in employment law.
Desley Sherwin is an ELA member.
Roythornes Solicitors is independently regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA).