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Sheffield office


United Kingdom

CMS in Sheffield provides banking, clinical & professional risk, corporate, construction, defendant personal injury, employment, environment, health & safety, insurance, intellectual property, pensions, planning, disputes and real estate legal advice. The office advises major businesses across many sectors including infrastructure, real estate and advanced manufacturing.

We have had an office in Sheffield since 1990. With around 16 partners and approximately 85 lawyers based in the city, our Sheffield team works with clients locally, nationally and internationally, leveraging the strength of the other national and international offices of CMS.

CMS has undertaken a COVID-19 risk assessment to ensure its workplaces and operations are COVID-secure.  Affirmation of the completed assessment can be found here. 

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By car

If you are travelling by car, please enter postcode S1 4HS into your satnav for directions to the office. There is limited parking at the office, therefore it may sometimes be necessary for visitors to use alternative parking.

NCP Wellington Street S1 4HF is in front of the office.

There are also several Q Parks available at Rockingham Street S1 4NL and Charles Street S1 2NB.

By train

Sheffield Station is located 1 mile from the office.

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CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP
1-3 Charter Square
S1 4HS
United Kingdom


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