SOLICITORS SC Employment Law Ltd. Employment, Real Estate, and Litigation


We are pleased to provide specialised legal advice and representation to our customers. We primarily serve Aylesbury, High Wycombe, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, London, and the surrounding areas of South East England. We provide cost-effective civil litigation and criminal defence services. Justice Law Solicitors – Aylesbury – No win, LOW fee

Our services include:

  • Landlord and tenant law
  • Employment law
  • Civil litigation
  • Property law
  • Planning and construction Law
  • Personal injury
  • Commercial conveyancing
  • Affidavits and Commissioner of oath

SC Employment Law offers value

Employment legislation

Our employment attorneys are highly skilled and experienced in defending employees against allegations of unfair dismissal, contract violation, and age, disability, racial, and sex discrimination. We provide no-win, no-fee agreements as well as no-win, low-fee agreements. Our employment law professional will assist you – in Aylesbury, High Wycombe, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, London, and throughout South East England.

Injuries to the person

You may depend on our competence in a variety of personal injury matters, including those involving motor vehicle accidents, whiplash injuries, and workplace harassment.

Tenant and landlord

We advise landlords and renters on residential and commercial tenancies. Whether you are a renter or a landlord, we work to protect your rights and keep you informed of any dangers. For landlords, we offer a cost-effective eviction procedure that includes drafting/advising on correct section 8 or section 12 letters; expedited possession service; online possession claim service; possession hearings; and warrant for possession. We counsel clients with unprotected rent deposits, eviction proceedings, and landlord harassment.

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