Not your average lawyers.
At Regan Peggs Solicitors, we don’t settle for average. We’re certainly not what you’d expect a law firm to look like.
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.
We believe that providing a great legal service is about more than just having knowledgeable, professional solicitors (although we’ve got those too). It’s about offering a truly personalised experience – making sure that what you get is what’s best for you, not for anyone else.
If you are looking for a solicitor that’s approachable, accessible and affordable, get in touch and find out how we can help you.
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 a director and council member of Birmingham Law Society and chair of its Criminal Law Committee, and has been a lecturer for law students at the Open University. Between 2014 and 2017, he also served as Vice Chair of Governors on the board of the Ronald McDonald House charity in Birmingham.
Gemma is a paralegal at the firm and assists with case management – she is also the first point of contact for most clients.
She currently holds the enviable title of Paralegal of the Year, which was bestowed upon her at the 2019 Birmingham Law Society Legal Awards, the most prestigious legal competition in the Midlands. She is a member of the Birmingham Trainee Solicitors Society, the Birmingham Law Society, and the Greater Birmingham Chamber of Commerce Future Faces network.
After graduating with a first class honours degree in Law in 2016, Gemma successfully completed her Legal Practice course and Masters in Law in 2017, both with distinction. Before joining Regan Peggs Solicitors, she worked as a paralegal in the criminal department of one of Birmingham’s largest law firms.