How can we help you?

Capital Law is a commercial law firm.


Working nationally and internationally from our base in Wales, we offer all the legal services that a trading organisation needs.

We work with businesses of all sizes – from large corporations to those just starting up – across the private, public, and third sectors. We also have a consultancy business, Capital People, that specialises in HR and Occupational Health & Safety.

We’re made up of leading lawyers and consultants, who work closely with our clients to provide the best possible support.

Ultimately, we have one purpose: to help others succeed.

Metro & Me—new South Wales Metro report launched
Getting to Capital
What's it like at Capital?
Coming up...
A new report highlights the challenges and opportunities presented by the South Wales Metro.

Metro & MeAt a launch event in Cardiff on Monday (October 8th) at the Radisson Blu Hotel, supported by Capital Law and other partners, including Arup and IWA, the authors of the report and stakeholders from industry, civil society and government discussed the implications of this major infrastructure investment.

Where are we?

Our offices are located in Cardiff and London, so we’re easy to get to. Click the button to the left and you’ll find a map and address.

If you’d like to get in touch over the phone, call us on +44 (0)29 2047 4400.

Or, drop us an email on and we’ll be in touch soon.



To do the best work, we need the best people

We’re a busy law firm and consultancy business, and we’re always looking to add talented people.

Our work takes many forms and spans different legal departments – so we need a diverse range of colleagues to keep us doing our best work. We’re lawyers and consultants, but we’re individuals too, with one thing in common: a shared expectation of brilliance.

We’re made up of good people, and we like to work with them, too. Our colleagues are bold and bright, focused and capable, and incredibly serious about what we do.

If you think you’d like to join us, find out more, here.

Breakfast Briefing: The Gender Bridge

Making notes on a table, coffee and laptop

It’s been over 6 months since gender pay gap reports were first published and the issue of pay equality remains a hot topic, with many demanding that employers take action to reduce pay gaps between men and women.

But how do employers tackle pay inequality and what are the real issues that are at play?

Come along to our panel discussion on 24th October to find out what you can do to tackle the Gender Pay Gap.