About Us

Why Us?

Eldwick Law is a specialist criminal and civil litigation practice providing dedicated, bespoke legal advice to those involved in the most serious disputes. Whilst the firm is a fledgeling organisation, the lawyers here are experienced and experts in their fields.

  • Done it right. Impressive services!

    “Sarwar Khan is an outstanding legal tactician. He always makes a valuable contribution to cases and has unparalleled experience at handling the most sensitive and complex cases. I have worked with Eldwick Law on a number of cases and their ability to see the bigger picture, particularly in multi-handed cases is always appreciated.”

    Tanveer Qureshi
    Carmelite Chambers
  • A competitive and professional service

    “I have been instructed by solicitors at Eldwick Law for over 15 years in the most serious cases of murder, fraud, drug trafficking and money laundering. Sarwar Khan is one of the most experienced criminal defence solicitors in the country. He is dedicated and hardworking with an eye for detail. His client care is second to none. It has been a pleasure working with him.”

    Lee Karu
    QC
  • We would recommend them thoroughly!

    “Eldwick Law are experienced and highly competent lawyers. Waleed Tahirkheli provides clear and concise legal advice. I would recommend them.”

    Jamie Pither
    Magnolia Park Hotel, Golf & Country Club

Our commercial litigation team have acted in a variety of complex, multi-jurisdictional matters, invariably against the biggest firms in the City of London. Unlike other full-service law firms, we only deal with litigation, which means that we can act in cases where larger, full-service law firms are conflicted.

Our white collar, general crime team has significant experience in all manner of criminal investigations, prosecutions, confiscation and asset recovery. We have acted in hundreds of the most serious criminal defence cases, ranging from terrorism to multijurisdictional fraud. We regularly act for individuals and companies in prosecutions brought by the Serious Fraud Office, Office of Fair Trading, HM Revenue & Customs, the Financial Conduct Authority, the National Crime Agency and other prosecutorial bodies.