New Chapter and New Premises for McCartan Turkington Breen Solicitors

As a result of lockdown rules around the world, the heart was ripped out of cities across the globe as people began to work from home. Spare bedrooms and kitchen tables doubled as new office space and many parents faced the challenges of home-schooling. At the same time, we were preparing to move from our iconic site, Chancery House, at the junction of Chichester Street and Victoria Street, Belfast.

McCartan Turkington Breen was the closest law firm to the Royal Courts of Justice. It was formerly the site of the Ulster Tavern pub and, when the present building was erected in 1987, it was the envy of all lawyers in Belfast as they made their way to and from the High Court. Time moves on, however, and a new decade calls for new surroundings for the firm.


We are now located at Northern Court, 16-18 Gloucester Street, Belfast, which is only 100 metres away from our old office. Whilst our address has changed, the delivery of our legal services continues to be of the highest standard.

The ethos of McCartan Turkington Breen Solicitors has always been the provision of expert legal advice, tailored to address the individual needs of our clients and delivered in a timely and personable manner.

We look forward to welcoming existing clients, and new clients, into our new offices.