McKay Law Solicitors &
McKay Law Solicitors and Advocates is a niche practice specialising primarily in criminal law, human rights, regulatory work and public law. Within these areas of work we have particular expertise in dealing with cases involving covert policing, intelligence or terrorist related issues, witness protection and other Article 2 issues such as fatal shootings by the State and prosecuting child protection related cases.
The practice has a unique list of prestigious public authorities and private clients including Police Forces and government departments, National Sports Regulatory Bodies, Premiership Football Players and other celebrities.
In addition, the firm provides advice and representation for a number of traditional areas such as family work, personal injury and civil and commercial litigation.
Despite its profile as a national law firm, the practice has a strong commitment to its corporate social responsibilities and undertakes some pro bono work, participates in the University of Leeds Community Advice Clinic and Simon McKay, the firmís principal is the legal adviser to the Innocence Project also at the University of Leeds.
As part of our commitment to excelling at what we do, the practice organises a number of specialist conferences and seminars for those working within the criminal justice system and produces a number of peer-reviewed publications.
The firm prides itself on giving each of its clients first class representation whether itís a national newspaper or a private individual.