William Bailey opened the firm in February 1990 having previously worked in the city and in a community law centre and during the 1980’s as a partner in a firm in Greenwich.
The firm was set up as a general practice to serve the local community in Dulwich and East Dulwich. For some 10 years the firm did a mixture of private and legal aid work but since 2000 has concentrated on private work and no longer undertake new legal aid cases.
The firm has sought to provide a quality service and at the same time remain approachable and friendly.
William Bailey was for many years on the Mental Health panel of the Law Society and had a specialty in that area of work.
There is now staff of 8 with three Partners, (William Bailey, David Coombs and Sarah-Jane Mundow) an Assistant Solicitor (Agatha Edeko) and support staff.
The practice operates from premises in Lordship Lane opposite East Dulwich Police station.
The firm likes to maintain close contact with other Community organisations and local businesses.