WELCOME TO MORGAN HAS SOLICITORS

A LAW FIRM

WITH A HUMAN TOUCH

Based in London’s Stoke Newington High Street, Morgan Has Solicitors is a modern practice offering expertise in many areas in law at competitive rates.

Our main objective at Morgan Has Solicitors is to deliver the finest service and best outcomes for our clients. We listen and respond objectively to our clients’ requirements from a position of strength, knowledge and experience.

Client care is of paramount importance to us. We are conscious of our clients’ needs and strive to provide a quality service to every client with the approach that a small claim is as important to an individual client as a large financial transaction is to a corporate client.

We provide a unique mix of legal excellence under one umbrella!

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Head Office

Bank Chambers 1st & 2nd Floor
133 Stoke Newington High Street
London N16 0PH

T : 020 7249 1337
F :020 7249 1338
24 Hr Emergency: 07932 374 515
E : info@morganhas.co.uk

Branch Office (Property and Family)


Unit 2
449 Southbury Road
Enfield
London
EN3 4FB

T : 020 8805 3746
F : 020 3632 2753
E : info@morganhas.co.uk

Branch Office (Personal Injury)


339 Hertford Road
Enfield
London
EN3 5JN

T : 0199 276 9966
F : 0199 276 6922
E : info@morganhas.co.uk
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RECENT LEGAL DEVELOPMENTS

Recent Legal Developments

Strasbourg upholds right of British courts to impose whole-life terms

Whole-life tariffs are compatible with the European Convention on Human Rights and do not amount to ‘inhuman or degrading treatment’, the European Court of Human Rights has ruled. The case was taken to Europe in 2008 by Arthur

Forced marriage now a crime

Forcing someone to marry against their will is now a criminal offence. New legislation introduced on 16 June 2014 by the government is designed to help people in England and Wales. It also applies to UK nationals overseas

Supreme Court dismisses ‘right to die’ appeal

The Supreme Court dismissed the right to die appeal brought by the wife of the late Tony Nicklinson and campaigner Paul Lamb in a landmark judgment today. The appellants claimed the prohibition on assisted suicide in section 2(1)

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