Olswang, Travers Smith LLP support new ‘Crossrail for Bikes’ scheme

Two large City law firms have announced their support for TfL’s Cycle Superhighway plans. Travers Smith LLP was founded 200 years ago in London and considered to be a member of the “Silver Circle” of major City law firms. They employ 520 people in the City advising companies on corporate and commercial matters. Olswang have also sent in a statement of… Read More

Herbert Smith Freehills endorses segregated cycle routes in City of London

Herbert Smith Freehills, with 700 lawyers including 164 partners in central London, is endorsing the plans to create new segregated cycle routes through central London. The proposals have been designed to provide clear and convenient routes for cyclists, physically separated from other vehicles. Jonathan Scott, Senior Partner, commented: “Herbert Smith Freehills has long been an active proponent of cycling safety… Read More

CMS Cameron McKenna’s Managing Partner joins calls for segregated cycling London

CMS Cameron McKenna, is a leading  law firm with over 3000 legal professionals around the world that was founded in the City of London. Duncan Weston, Managing Partner expressed their strong support for TfL’s plans for ‘Crossrails for Bikes’. ‘As a leader of a significant City of London business, I would like to express support for the plan… Read More


Allen & Overy support ‘Crossrail for bikes’; ask for implementation without delay

Allen & Overy is one of the City’s leading law practices. A global business with over 500 partners and 5000 people worldwide, Allen & Overy has a turnover of £1.2bn per annum. The partnership was founded in London and has have been based in the City for over 80 years. David Morley is the Senior Partner at Allen & Overy. He is their global… Read More