Since its establishment in 1976, Gibbins has grown to become one of the North’s largest independent firms of Costs Lawyers and Consultants with over 25 staff, including 7 Costs Lawyers, serving Solicitors and Legal Practitioners nationwide.
Gibbins Costs Lawyers trade as Total Legal Limited - Registered office as above. Registered in England and Wales No 4751638
A list of Directors and other Members of the Company who are Costs Lawyers is displayed at the Company’s registered office.
The term “Costs Lawyer” refers to a qualified member of the Association of Costs Lawyers, possessing rights of audience and the right to conduct
costs litigation, pursuant to Sections 27 and 28 of the Courts and Legal Services Act 1990.
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