Hunters marks its conversion to LLP with a fresh new website

  • April 01, 2019
  • By Hunters Law LLP

Hunters marks its conversion to LLP with a fresh new website

Hunters has provided a wide range of legal services to meet the needs of its clients since 1715, acting for generations of families, individuals and businesses both nationally and overseas. In common with many other professional services firms, Hunters is updating the way it operates and today converts from a traditional partnership to a LLP structure at the beginning of its new financial year. At the same time, the firm has launched a fresh new website – – designed to provide information on its services and experts in a concise, responsive and intuitive way.

From 1 April, 2019, Hunters incorporating May, May & Merrimans becomes Hunters Law LLP (Hunters). The firm will continue to provide the same high level of service and advice, delivered through a clear understanding of their clients’ specific circumstances, and tailored to meet their individual requirements. Hunters’ partners and staff are well known for their approachability, and work collaboratively throughout the firm to provide an efficient and comprehensive service across all practice areas in its chosen markets.

Paul Almy, Senior Partner at Hunters, explained that much of the firms’ success was due to the high ethical and professional standards and commitment of both its partners and staff and its willingness “to continue to evolve and adapt so that we remain a leading Lincoln’s Inn law firm for many generations to come. The conversion to LLP, along with our website refresh, embodies our ethos, of a forward looking firm, adopting a modern approach alongside traditional values.”

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WARNING: Website falsely claiming to be Hunters Law

4 March 2021

The website '' is operating, falsely claiming to be Hunters Law. This website has been created to mirror the genuine site, although contact details including telephone number and email addresses have been changed, and the SRA verification badge does not work.

We have also been made aware of a series of faxes circulating, purporting to come from ‘barrister’ Dominik Opalinski, advising of an unclaimed inheritance of $16.95M, which feature the same website address. Dominik is a genuine partner of the firm, but is not a barrister.

We have reported this to the SRA, and contacted the website domain hosts to request its urgent removal. If you receive correspondence of a similar nature to that described, please contact us directly by reliable and established means.