PROUD HERITAGE


Taylor Rose MW is extremely proud of its 100 year plus heritage and the successful mergers it has undertaken to deliver it's strategy to become a leading law firm in England and Wales. 


Top 75 law firm Taylor Rose MW was created in February 2020, unifying previously known companies Taylor Rose TTKW and MW Solicitors, who originally merged in May 2020.  

WITH A PROUD HERITAGE AND A UNIQUE MANAGEMENT STRUCTURE UNLIKE ANY OTHER LAW FIRM, THE FIRM'S PHILOSOPHY IS TO DELIVER SMART, MODERN LAW. 

In 2015 Taylor Rose Law merged with TTKW, known as Tucker Turner Kingsley Wood. TTKW was formed in 1984 as a result of a merger between Tucker Turner & Co and Kingsley Wood & Co who specialised in industrial insurance. The latter was founded by Sir Kingsley Wood, who later became Chancellor of the Exchequer to Winston Churchill's Prime Minister. 

Taylor Rose Law was founded in 2009, bringing a fresh and distinctive commercial and client satisfaction focus to law. 

Today, as Taylor Rose MW, we are proud of our heritage and our unique management structure that enables us to deliver on our philosophy of smart modern law. 

ORIGINALLY FOUNDED BY SIR KINGSLEY WOOD, WHO LATER BECAME CHANCELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUER
ORIGINALLY FOUNDED BY SIR KINGSLEY WOOD, WHO LATER BECAME CHANCELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUER
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CLEAR VISION
Taylor Rose MW Solicitor Services in Commercial, Employment, Property and Family Law.

 

SIMPLIFYING LAW

From the everyday to the most complex issue, we will provide you with clear, concise advice, always putting your best interests first.

 

HUMANISING LAW

We build trusted relationships with people and organisations to successfully overcome hurdles and challenges in life and in business.

 
CHALLENGING LAW

We’re a challenger law firm with a unique management structure that drives a culture of passion, innovation and creativity.



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