Our History

LPC was established in 1994 with the aim of providing a top quality efficient advocacy and clerking service that specialised in attending hearings before District Judges in chambers.

By focusing on hearings to recover secured and unsecured debt we were able to develop a body of skilled and experienced advocates with knowledge of the courts in their area. 

With this fresh and dynamic approach we developed a nationwide fixed fee service covering every county court in England and Wales. 

In July 2010 we became regulated by the SRA and changed our name to LPC Law. The firm is headed by director Len Crowder and is managed by a team of solicitors and advocacy managers, supported by a team of 50 office based staff, which includes IT, Human Resources and Accounts departments.

  • 2016

    Skyline Callout

     

    • Moved Offices to:
      Level 34
      25 Canada Square
      Canary Wharf
      London
      E14 5LQ
  • 2014

    LPC Law 2014

     

    • Celebrated 20 years of service with rebrand of logo and websites
    • Currently employ 50 staff and instruct 40 solicitors and 150 advocates
  • 2013

     

    • Expanded services to attend advocacy hearings in Open Court (e.g. Fast Track Trials, Appeal Hearings)

     

  • 2010

    LPC Law 2010

     

    • Regulated by the SRA
    • Renamed LPC Law
    • COLP and COFA appointed
  • 2008

     

    • Board of Directors formed and Senior Management Board established
    • Over 200 advocates working for LPC Law

     

  • 2007

    LPC Law 2007

     

    • Moved to 24 Martin Lane, London again to accommodate increase in staff (now 45) and instructions
    • Received record breaking 2,000 instructions in a week
  • 2005

    LPC Law 2005

     

    • Moved to larger offices in 167 Fleet Street, London to accommodate 30 members of staff
    • Instructed 180 Advocates

     

  • 2001

    LPC Law 2001

     

    • Grew organically through word of mouth recommendations
    • Made a significant investment in technology and structure with bespoke Instruction Management System created 
    • First nationwide advocacy provider to use all its own advocates

     

  • 1998

    LPC Law 1998

     

    • New Management team: Tony Crowder, Len Crowder & Simon Lee
    • Renamed as LPC
    • Focussed on nationwide advocacy and clerking services
    • General instructions amounted to 10 cases per week

     

  • 1996

    LPC Law 1996

     

    • Moved to larger premises in 184 Fleet Street, London with 5 members of staff

     

     

  • 1994

    LPC Law 1994

     

    • Legal Practice Clerks incorporated
    • Focused on conducting work for paralegals at large city law firms
    • Based in a small office in High Holborn, London with 3 members of staff