About Ralli Solicitors LLP
Our teams were talked into taking part in this video a long time ago to show the world that lawyers were actually human beings contrary to popular belief. Unsure of what to expect we just did as we were told and went where directed. It was only after it was all put together and we had a look at it for the first time that once again our love of this job shone through. Some of us were interviewed individually; it was spontaneous so no rehearsals.
Camera shy or not as soon as we were asked to talk about what we do the passion came through; together with the dedication and the drive to want to help others.
Our experience at Ralli Solicitors LLP
In our teams we have 183 years of experience. That is a lot of years. Years that we have spent doing jobs we love doing. Helping individuals and companies whether large or small in a wide range of disciplines. In the collective 183 years we have chosen to stay in the law it has been the love of the work we do and our determination to want to help others that keeps us here.
183 years is a very long time. 183 years ago it was 1835 (as at 2018) and to put it into context in that year the general election was won by the Whigs but Robert Peel initially remained in office at the request of King William IV.
It saw the opening of Birmingham and Liverpool junction canal from Nantwich to Autherley junction, Wolverhampton, the last major trunk narrow canal to be built.
H. Fox Talbot (no relation to our Stephen H. Fox!) exposed the world’s first known photographic negatives at Lacock Abbey in Wiltshire.
Charles Darwin arrived at the Galapagos Islands aboard HMS Beagle.
The Municipal Corporations Act modernised local government in towns and cities and gave the new authorities power to appoint police.
2 men James Pratt and John Smith were hanged in front of Newgate Prison in London after a conviction of buggery. They were the last to suffer capital punishment for homosexual acts in England.
That concludes our story on the filming of Ralli Solicitors.
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