We work with people and businesses driven by great ideas
Taylor Vinters is an international law firm supporting the businesses which drive the innovation economy, and the entrepreneurs and private wealth that underpin them.
Our clients range from Fortune 500 technology multinationals, through fast growth venture backed businesses and owner managed businesses, to inspired and inspiring individuals. We support them with integrated legal, consulting and technology solutions – helping them manage risk, take informed decisions and leverage valuable networks.
Our practice is global, operating from innovation clusters in the UK, Asia and the US. With 28 partners and 80 lawyers across our offices in London, Cambridge and Singapore, and more to come in Oxford and New York, we help entrepreneurial clients make great things happen, whatever their size and sector.
We also partner with a diverse private network of trusted local counsel around the world to provide clients with an international counsel service, acting as primary advisor on cross border projects and transactions wherever they are active.
We are a full-service law firm. But we are also more than that; we’re active investors in legal technology and artificial intelligence. Innovation and bold thinking are what make us different and better. At Taylor Vinters, we welcome people who will flourish in an open culture, where everyone is encouraged to have a voice and make a difference. We are driven by inspiring people who have and share brilliant ideas, and are eager to hear yours.
Winners of the Managing Partners’ Forum Best Strategic Leadership Award 2019
Focused on helping innovative, creative and entrepreneurial businesses and people make great things happen
The go-to local partner for respected law firms, operating as a virtual in-house team for corporates
Continually building on our proven track record of working with fast growth businesses, multinational companies and entrepreneurs
Constantly delivering value through managed risk, informed decisions and valuable networks