About Dennis Bambridge
Dennis qualified as a Solicitor (in 1975) in King’s Lynn, following his Finals at the University of Law in Guildford.
He joined Roythornes as an Assistant Solicitor in 1978 going on to become a Senior Equity Partner but in 2000 he decided to pursue his own separate business ambitions by buying out its Boston office. Dennis practiced as “Bambridges” until 2017. In 2007 Sarah Spencer joined the firm to complete her training, and upon her admission as a Solicitor immediately joined Dennis in Partnership.
Over the years Dennis has practised in many areas of law but specialising in Civil Litigation (including lengthy Property and Libel disputes and the initial Law-making claims against Local Authorities by former Children’s Homes Residents following their abuse whilst in Care). In Intellectual Property and high-value Commercial transactions which have necessitated travel to Scotland, Italy, Switzerland and Egypt and in assisting clients to negotiate commercial contracts as far afield as South Africa.
Dennis has also undertaken contested probates and Inheritance Act claims
Dennis still makes appearances in the Magistrates’ Courts dealing with Regulatory breaches for clients and motoring offences!
Joining with Ringrose Law
“Our recent amalgamation with Ringrose Law is a great step forward for Sarah and I as it helps us to offer an expert service in varied fields and as well as continuing to offer our expertise in commercial transactions of many different types, whether by agreement or where disputed.”
Outside the office Dennis divides his spare time between charities and cycling. Dennis has been President of the Boston Rotary Club 3 times and is proud that they most recently (during his latest Presidency) been able to support both Centrepoint (a hostel for the homeless) locally and an Orphanage for girls in Mumbai. He has also raised money for Mencap with a sponsored cycle ride in China and recently has returned from a cycling holiday in Vietnam and Cambodia (something of an adventure!). Dennis is also currently Chairman of the ‘Boston 41 Club’.