Hunters Incorporating May, May & Merrimans

  • April 01, 2015
  • By Hunters Law

Hunters and May, May & Merrimans, two of the longest-established law firms in the world, have now completed their merger creating a firm with the strength and ambition to stay at the forefront of the law for many decades – even centuries – to come.

We are delighted to have been able to bring these two fine firms together and have been working to do so for some time: they are highly complementary in both their expertise and in their approach as trusted advisers to their clients over the long-term.

This was already an auspicious year for Hunters, celebrating its Tercentenary, and the combined firm will be continuing the programme of activities planned both to mark that landmark and to keep the Firm at the leading edge of practicing law.

We look forward to welcoming both existing and new clients to Hunters incorporating May, May & Merrimans.


Paul Almy, Senior Partner – Hunters

Richard Taylor, Senior Partner – May, May & Merrimans


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