Our Practice Areas

Throughout the past decade more laws have been put in the statute books than ever before. Many of these laws have been…

We understand that there may be occasions when one needs legal advice from an experienced lawyer. At Appleby Shaw we…

Appleby Shaw have the experience and knowledge to advise and represent in all areas of immigration law and provide…

We are able to offer Legal Aid in respect to criminal matters. We confirm Representation at the Police Station is free.

Appleby Shaw can provide expert legal advice and representation in all areas of litigation law, also known as ‘Dispute Resolution’.

Residential Conveyancing: For most people their home is their main asset and is likely to be the biggest investment…

It is important to have a Will so that there is certainty at the time of death as to who inherits the deceased person’s property…

We are a leading law firm with offices in Windsor and London. Approachable & friendly – we provide expert legal advice in a professional manner, always putting our clients first


Why Us?

Award Winning Legal Practice

Appleby Shaw is an award winning law practice with offices in Windsor and London. We have experts in all the key areas of law practice – Crime, Family Law, Litigation, Conveyancing, Immigration, Wills and Probate.

Approachable and friendly

At Appleby Shaw, we understand that there is often stress associated with the need for legal expertise. Our approach is sympathetic and friendly while adhering to the highest standards of excellence and integrity.

Excellent Value

Appleby Shaw delivers excellent quality of legal services to both business and consumer clients. We perform our work in a timely manner and our fees provide great value for money.

Our Accreditations

Initial Consultation - only £100

Initial Consultation fee for only £100. This will be credited to your account if we are instructed to take your case.

Case Study1

The recent case of R v. AK involved a defendant who had been charged with Grievous Bodily Harm with intent contrary to of the S18 Offences against a person act 1861.


Case Study2

The clients in this matter faced the possibility of removal from the UK by their presence in the UK not being conducive to the public good. One of the main reasons for refusal…


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