Author Articles by Daryl Griffiths
We are delighted to announce that Paul Herbert will shortly be joining the Burnett Barker team as a Dispute Resolution Solicitor. Paul has a wealth of experience and will join our litigation and dispute resolution department where he will deal with a range of dispute resolution and litigation work including commercial, property and equine disputes. read more
As you prepare yourself for the Festive season and the inevitable increase in Christmas and New Year parties then it’s wise to ensure that you are aware of the current drink-driving legislation. read more
Today (20 November 2018) is a day of celebration for our town, as we remember the life of Edmund the Martyr, otherwise know as St Edmund (841 -869). We are proudly supporting this initiative which shines a light on the heritage of Bury St Edmunds read more
We are recruiting for a Private Client Lawyer. If you think you are the perfect person to join our team, then why not get in touch with us? read more
At Burnett Barker, we love getting involved in local community initiatives, and as dog lovers, there was no doubt that we would sign up to support Dog Friendly BSE.
This is a project which aims to turn Bury St Edmunds into the most dog-friendly town in the UK!
This week (01-05 October 2018) is officially National Work Life Week. The week is designed to remind businesses of the importance of implementing a positive work life balance for all staff.
We are incredibly passionate about the work that we do. We thoroughly love our work and strive to give our clients a first-class experience regardless of what service they need help with. That’s why it’s so nice to receive positive feedback from clients who have appreciated our efforts. read more
Remembering to leave a charitable donation in your Will is a wonderful legacy. As part of “Remember a Charity awareness week”, we’re sharing our advice for how you can show your charitable support via your Will. read more
August is traditionally the most popular time of year for weddings in England and Wales. Yet more couples chose to live together unmarried. Is this modern attitude toward marriage putting hundreds of thousands of couples at risk if they split? read more