Our Story

Cartridges Law was established in St Thomas, Exeter, nearly 50 years ago. From the outset the firm had a commitment to the promotion of access to justice, particularly through legal aid. This continues to be an important element of who we are, but over time we have broadened the services we offer to include a full range of services for the individual and businesses.

Today, we employ around 30 people. We are hugely proud of our staff and of their commitment to their clients.

Our place in St Thomas is very important to us, as are our links with business, community and academic organisations across the city.

We are striving to be more environmentally friendly in the way we run our business and we take issues of corporate social responsibility seriously. We were extremely proud to be the first ever winners of the Devon and Somerset Law Society award for Corporate Social Responsibility in 2016.

Community News

Julie Dunster returns to cARTridges
Julie Dunster returns to cARTridges

We are pleased to welcome returning cARTridges artist, Julie Dunster. Julie, who lives in Devon, uses the inspiring surroundings of the moors, coast and rolling hills for her art; capturing a fleeting moment in a landscape, emotion in a portrait or narrative in a...

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Meet the Artist – Tamsin Johns
Meet the Artist – Tamsin Johns

We are delighted to welcome Tamsin Johns as our first cARTridges artist of 2024. Tamsin is based in our local neighbourhood of St Thomas, Exeter, and her work is primarily focused on capturing the beauty of Devon through her impressionist paint style. Tamsin began her...

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An interview with Quirk Theatre
An interview with Quirk Theatre

At Cartridges Law we are proud to sponsor local theatre company, Quirk Theatre. The Exeter based group talked to us about what they do, their upcoming Christmas show, and how they're changing the way they work in response to the climate crisis. Book your tickets to...

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