You won’t find any stuffy corporate nonsense here.
At Regan Peggs Solicitors in Birmingham, we offer reliable, robust advice and advocacy across a wide range of practice areas. From motoring to criminal defence to mediation to professional and business regulatory law, we are ready to help you and make sure you get the best advice possible in any situation.
Whatever circumstances you are in, we can talk you through your options. Unlike most solicitors, we can advocate for our clients in all types of court – so if your case goes to trial we won’t hand you over to a stranger to represent you. From start to finish, you’ll deal directly with us.
Whether you need help dealing with a police investigation, a driving offence, or a business or professional regulation matter, get in touch for a no-strings-attached chat to find out what we can do for you.
Based in the heart of Birmingham at the Custard Factory in Digbeth, we’re part of one of the most exciting and influential communities of independent businesses outside London.
You won’t find any stuffy, corporate nonsense here – just a top-notch legal service, delivered by real people who get real results.
Regan is an experienced solicitor and advocate, qualified to represent clients in magistrates’ courts, Crown Courts, tribunals and senior courts. He founded Regan Peggs Solicitors in 2015, after a decade spent at two of the most respected law firms in the Midlands and as a senior legal advisor at Birmingham Magistrates’ Court.
Regan is an accredited mediator and arbitrator. He is a member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and a panel mediator for ADR ODR International. Regan has experience in mediating commercial, family and local political disputes, and representing his clients in those sessions.
Regan is a former Chair of the Board of Directors at the Birmingham Law Society and a former chair of its Criminal Law Committee. He has been a lecturer for law students at the Open University. He is the only defence solicitor in the UK to be regularly invited to address international military students at the Royal College of Defence Studies.
Beth is a paralegal at the firm. She started her career in law in 2016 as a legal apprentice at a local solicitors specialising in Conveyancing and Property law. Beth graduated from the University of Law having completed her Law degree in 2022 and hopes to continue her studies further in the near future.
Whilst studying for her degree Beth particularly enjoyed the criminal and civil litigation modules as it gave good insight into the process through court which is valuable information that she will be using daily while carrying out her role as a Paralegal.
Outside of work Beth enjoys playing football for her local team and long walks with her two dogs.