Modern thinking, traditional values

Cognitive Law is a contemporary law firm built on foundations that empower our team to think client first, every time. Our collective mission is to provide our clients with the highest quality service at a reasonable and transparent cost.

What We Do
We assist businesses by reviewing and drafting a broad range of commercial contracts including terms of business, shareholders’ agreements, partnership agreements, contracts of service and employment advice.
We specialise in the resolution of Financial and Contractual Disputes for Commercial Clients. Our primary aim is to resolve a client's dispute, whether by litigation, negotiation or mediation, with the minimum impact on their business.
We advise companies and individuals on a range of issues from performance management, disciplinary action, employment contracts, drafting handbooks and advising on employee benefits packages.
Our matrimonial sector has a broad experience in all facets of family law. We support families through all aspects of divorce and relationship breakdown, child contact and residence, and family mediation.
We assist businesses by reviewing and drafting a broad range of commercial contracts including terms of business, shareholders’ agreements, partnership agreements, contracts of service and more.
Our solicitors have a reputation for giving practical advice and a technical knowledge in contentious and non-contentious matters, whether in Corporate or Personal Insolvency.
Join Us and be cognitive
As a client centric law firm, outstanding levels of service are at the core of our business. We operate a fee-sharing model which is industry leading and designed to reward you incrementally on how much legal work you choose to undertake. We’re looking for entrepreneurial lawyers to join our professional network. We want to engage with individuals who share our vision to work in a new way in delivering the very best in legal services to their clients.
Are you Cognitive?
Our solicitors are aspirational, passionate about working with, not just for, clients and in control of their personal career development.
We’ve got your back
Everyone needs a little help every now and then and we have the team and systems in place to offer support when you need it.
The financial bit
Free from billing targets and hourly rate brackets, Cognitive solicitors set their own charging structures appropriate to their clients.
Cognitive community
Our Cognitive community is made up of individuals who share a vision to work in a new way in delivering the very best in legal services.
Current Openings
We are looking to appoint an experienced Data Protection Solicitor to assist our clients with a range of data protection issues including...
We are looking for an entrepreneurial Company Commercial Solicitor who has the ambition and skills to continue to build on their expertis...
We are looking to appoint experienced Commercial Litigation Solicitors who possess a broad range with contentious experience including: i...
We are looking for entrepreneurial Commercial Property Solicitors to grow your own Commercial Property team. You will be experienced in a...

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Our Team
Lucy Tarrant
Solicitor & Managing Director
Stuart Gillespie
Director
Karen Blakesley
Solicitor
Sue Clements
Solicitor
Annabel Cole
Solicitor
Anthony Landes
Solicitor
Francesca Damario
Legal Manager
Sian Farrington
Operations Manager
Darren Stone
Solicitor
Amy Pulling
Marketing Executive
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