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President’s Charity of the Year – Bristol Children’s Help Society

                            The Bristol Children’s Help Society is a privately funded volunteer led charity that owns and runs Barton Camp our 100 bed residential children’s centre in the beautiful Mendip hills. Barton Camp operates through the year as a base where disadvantaged local children can enjoy a few … more


BLS features in Bristol Post oldest thriving companies in Bristol

Excerpt from the article: How Bristol’s oldest companies are still thriving after more than 100 years in business They include the city’s last-surviving chocolate maker a wine merchant and a tannery. Why do some companies struggle to survive beyond a year while others flourish for hundreds? Although more than 90 per cent of small companies in Britain will survive one … more


No 12, The Meeting Rooms – Conference, Meeting and Mediation Rooms for Hire

Bristol Law Society’s suite of conference and meeting rooms including a suite of mediation rooms are conveniently located in the centre between the Waterfront Area and the Old City in a modern building situated on the corner of Colston Avenue and St Stephen’s Avenue. There are a number of large public car parks within a 5 minute walk from the … more


Milsted Langdon boasts “Expert Witness of the Year”


We’re pleased to congratulate Milsted Langdon’s head of Forensic Accounting, Roger Isaacs, for being named “Accountants’ Expert Witness of the Year” by Lawyer Monthly in its inaugural Expert Witness Awards 2016.

The Expert Witness Awards recognise expert witnesses who have demonstrated excellence in the provision of specialist advice and guidance to their instructing solicitors over the past 12 months.

Roger has taken a prominent role this year in a number of high-value financial disputes and Bristol Law Society is pleased to congratulate him for the recognition.

Commenting on the award, Roger said: “I am acutely aware that, as an expert witness, one is only as good as one’s last case and there is no room for complacency”.