Leading Solicitors in Euston
Contact our specialist team of lawyers in Euston, NW1
Hodge Jones & Allen was founded in Camden High Street in 1977. Now based near Euston on North Gower Street, NW1, we’ve grown to become widely recognised as one of London’s leading law firms by legal directories such as The Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners. We also have over 950 five star reviews from our clients on Trustpilot.
Our Euston office
Our legal teams are based in our London office in Euston, which is conveniently located for both Euston and Kings Cross:
Hodge Jones & Allen
180 North Gower Street
Visit us via tube
Our office is in the London Borough of Camden. We’re located very close to Euston, Euston Square and Warren Street underground stations.
Euston and Warren Street station are both served by the Northern Line and the Victoria Line, whilst Euston Square Station is served by the Metropolitan, Hammersmith & City and Circle lines.
Visit us via train
Our offices are just a 3 minute walk from Euston station and a 17 minute walk from Kings Cross and St Pancras railway stations.
Visit us via bus
There are bus stops nearby to our office on Hampstead Road, which serve routes 24, 27, 29, and 134. Euston Square Station bus stop on Euston Road is served by routes 18, 30, 73, 205 and 390.
Visit us via bike
We have a secure space at our office for bicycle storage. Please ask our reception team for assistance upon arrival.
Visit us via car
On-street parking is available in the streets surrounding the office. The maximum stay is 2 hours. If you need to park for a longer period of time, George Mews Car Park is located at the end of North Gower Street (NW1 2NN). Currently, both the car park and our offices are located outside of the congestion charge zone.
Our offices and Euston Station are fully accessible for wheelchair users. There is no step free access from Warren Street station and there is only step-free access from the street to the westbound platforms at Euston Square station, via two lifts (this comes out on Gower Street, to the south of Euston Road). There is no step-free access to the eastbound platforms.