BDB Pitmans – ReadingThe Anchorage, 34 Bridge Street Berkshire RG1 2LU - +44 (0)11 8958 0224
Solicitors in Reading
BDB Pitmans’ Thames Valley base is located in the centre of Reading, within easy access from the M4 and the main railway station.
Our solicitors in Reading consist of 18 partners and over 100 lawyers and business support staff who provide their legal expertise and local knowledge across the firm’s legal services to clients in Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire, north Hampshire and the surrounding areas. Our clients range from young ambitious businesses to private and public listed companies, from charities and not-for-profit organisations to local authorities and other public sector bodies; as well as private individuals and their families.
Each of BDB Pitmans’ offices collaborate with one another to provide clients with a comprehensive and seamless service which can meet all their needs.
Ranked Tier 1 in The Legal 500 UK 2021 guide:
- Commercial Litigation (Reading)
- IT and Telecoms (Reading)
Ranked Tier 1 in the Chambers and Partners UK 2021 guide:
- Litigation (Reading)
- Planning (Reading)
- Pensions (Reading)
- Restructuring and Insolvency (Reading)
Please contact us to discuss how we can help you.
In the community
We are proud to officially announce that we will be Reading Football Club Women’s team Official Legal Partner for the next three seasons, signing a three season contract to show our commitment. As part of the partnership, the BDB Pitmans branding will be visible at all Reading FC Women home matches and the firm will be supporting a number of community initiatives during the 150th anniversary of the club.
We are extremely excited to be part of the Reading Football Club family and can’t wait to begin working closely with them. Please see our official press release here for more information.
The Reading office is also proud to support Sport in Mind ®, an independent multi-award winning mental health charity that was formed in Reading in 2010 with a simple mission: “To improve the lives of people experiencing mental health problems through sport and physical activity”
For the past three years, we have also been providing the University of Reading’s School of Law students with five weeks of training in commercial mediation. In 2021, this was carried out remotely and Tim Clark (a Reading University alumnus) and David Gwillim facilitated the training and provided valuable encouragement and feedback to the students. The eight students involved have already been trained by Resolve as community mediators and this additional training helped them to further develop and use their mediation skills in a commercial context.’
Sport in Mind ® are the UK’s leading mental health sports charity and deliver physical activity (sport, walking, dance and movement, gardening and exercise sessions) projects in partnership with the NHS in order to aid recovery, promote mental wellbeing, improve physical health, combat social isolation and empower people to move their lives forward in a positive direction.
This April Sport in Mind ® Will be 10 years old and we’re encouraging everyone to help them celebrate by joining their Do 10 campaign – dreaming up an activity that involves he number 10 and completing it between 10 and 17 April. For more details check out their web page here https://www.sportinmind.org/news/do10