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What makes us different?

We aspire to provide the best legal services in the country, for when people need it most.

What makes us different?

When our clients tell us "You're not like other Solicitors," I know we're doing something right. We pride ourselves on being people first, lawyers second. Our clients are usually pleasantly surprised to find us easy to deal with, approachable and friendly without compromising our commitment to quality advice and service.

Paul Scholey - Senior Partner
Morrish Solicitors – Leeds / Bradford / Yeadon / Pudsey

We offer a full legal service, including personal injury and employment law for individuals through to wills, probate and property law. See our full service range below. Our specialist solicitors provide expert legal advice in Leeds, Bradford, Yeadon, Pudsey and thoughout the UK.




Our Employment Rights Team consists of lawyers dedicated to advising on and pursuing employment and industrial relations issues in the tribunals and courts for employees, Unions, Associations, professional bodies and their members. Our clients describe us as “very professional, knowledgeable and experienced” with a “totally wonderful attitude”.

Injury and Medical Negligence

We are nationally recognised as experts in the personal injury field.  Whether you have been injured at work, on the road, in a public place or result of GP or hospital treatment, our team will support you in your claim from beginning to end. Our team has the specialist expertise required to deal with industrial disease (e.g. asbestos) cases.

Family Law

When problems arise in family matters, you need experienced family law solicitors who can provide sympathetic, specialist advice on a wide range of circumstances and sensitive issues.


We win or settle nearly all asbestos claims where we bring Court action. We guarantee that every client's case will be dealt with by a specialist solicitor who is either a Partner or Senior lawyer in our firm. We know the top medical experts in the area of industrial disease.


A client is not a number. The service we offer is not just about buying or selling your home. It's about giving our clients a level of professional support and guidance through what can otherwise be one of the most stressful times of their lives.

Wills, Probate & Elderly Client

Whether you need the peace of mind of making a first or new will, or want to put your or your families affairs in order for the future with a Lasting Power of Attorney, our expert team is here to help,

Specialist Services

From Professional Negligence, Dispute Resolution to Care Home Claims, we’ve got it covered.

Trade Union Services

We have a proud reputation for supporting and working with Trade Unions and their members.

Trade Union Services

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Latest News

  1. Fashion Victim - new employment rights blog

    Posted: 21/10/2014 11:10

    ACAS have published guidance on dress codes, tattoos and piercings in the workplace. Daniel Kindell, Associate Solicitor at Morrish Solicitors voices his opinion on the new suggestions...…
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  2. Should overtime be accounted for in my holiday pay? New employment rights blog

    Posted: 16/10/2014 15:10

    Under the Working Time Regulations 1998 (“The Regulations”) workers are currently entitled to a minimum of 5.6 weeks’ paid holiday each year (inclusive of bank holidays).…
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  3. ATL member receives compensation following bicycle accident

    Posted: 14/10/2014 10:10

    An ATL member has received compensation after being knocked from her bicycle by a car in August 2013.…
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  4. Tribunals down more than 70% after fee changes

    Posted: 10/10/2014 11:10

    Paul Scholey, Senior Partner at Morrish Solicitors has recently been featured in a great piece for the Yorkshire Post…
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  5. Employment Rights Legal Update - September 2014

    Posted: 03/10/2014 15:10

    This month we take a look at recent changes in Employment Law and the Employment Tribunal's calculations in pension loss. …
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