Prospect Law: Our core business
Prospect Law is the first Legal Disciplinary Practice (a new kind of law firm) combining the legal expertise of both solicitors and barristers under one roof. It is a dynamic and innovative young company which is involved in some of the most topical areas of commercial development activity in the UK and abroad.
Our model produces major efficiencies and cost savings for clients purchasing legal services. We provide legal advice and advocacy covering planning, commercial and property law, as well as all areas of dispute resolution including environmental, health & safety, and financial misconduct.
We act across many sectors on behalf of corporate, private, local authority and other clients. Prospect also represents insurance companies in the role of Monitoring Counsel.
For clients involved in development schemes we bring to bear from the outset our team of in house solicitors, barristers and technical consultants, an approach which streamlines our work from pre planning advice, to public inquiry and court processes, and right through the life cycle of the project.
The firm has specialist expertise in the energy and environmental sectors. We have particular experience in the fast growing renewable energy and nuclear energy sectors and we work closely with our sister company Prospect Energy Ltd to provide complementary technical and consultancy assistance for our clients. We advise pension funds, local authorities, private companies, agricultural estates and individual households, and major UK banking institutions have appointed Prospect Law and Prospect Energy to both their legal and technical review panels for energy projects.
Prospect Law advises UK firms wishing to invest in the Middle East and China. We have partnership agreements with regional focussed law firms based in Riyadh (Kingdom of Saudi Arabia) and in Amman (Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan) to enable us to advise clients on local law matters where appropriate.
Further details about our areas of practice are available through the links below: