Who are we?

AJC Law Solicitors is a specialist firm of litigation solicitors, based in the beautiful city of York but servicing the whole of the UK.

If you are facing a dispute and need to put things right, we help resolve matters speedily and thoroughly. We offer a no win, no fee agreement on all accepted personal injury and medical negligence claims. Our litigation experts offer an objective opinion to help you see things more clearly, enabling the process to be less stressful for you.

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Anthony Corps - Director

Anthony is the Founding Director of AJC Law and also head of Personal Injury, Clinical Negligence and Dispute Resolution.

As a founding partner at Pryers Solicitors, and Head of Dispute Resolution at Langleys Solicitors, both in York, he can claim over 20 years extensive experience in this field.

  • Law Degree From Liverpool University
  • Law Society Final
  • Qualified Solicitor

  • Anthony has the skill to advise individual clients who may have suffered injury in a simple road traffic accident right through to working with multiple clients such as the 1200 individuals who made up a group professional negligence action that he brought to a successful conclusion.

    When not motivating the team at AJC Law he enjoys skiing, helping to run Mowden Park Women’s Rugby Team and looking after his children -not necessarily in that order!

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    Jake Hogan – Administrative Assistant

    Jake is the go-to guy at AJC Law for all things administrative and helps to keep the IT system running, a crucial cog in the wheel.

    This is Jake’s first job at a Solicitors Practice,where he is fast learning the ropes, and is keen to become a fee earner in due course.

    When not being the key figure in admin support he likes to spend his free time working on his car and playing rugby.

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    Ashley Heeley – HR Professional

    Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (FCIPD)

    To become a Chartered Fellow, you’ll need to have been a Member for at least 10 years and worked consistently at a senior level for at least one year within the last five years. This is a minimum requirement, and to demonstrate the standards it’s likely that you will need more than a year. Your work will usually be entirely strategic in thinking and / or delivery, and require a significant level of complexity.

    You’re typically:

    • Using your significant expertise in people, work and change to create organisations that value people, and deliver long-term value for the organisation and / or the profession. • Shifting collective mindsets and influencing a wide range of senior stakeholders to change the way organisations think about their people. • Developing evidence-based thinking on topics which shape the profession or drive complex people programmes. • Role-modelling integrity and ethics in your decision making. • Having a strategic impact that fundamentally changes the thinking around people, and has a significant impact in the organisation, sector or profession. • Creating long-term value for the organisation or the profession (value which is sustained for more than a year).
    All Chartered Fellows need to:


    • Have a full understanding of people practices across a range of specialisms, and how they integrate to create a holistic people offering. • Have an excellent understanding of your organisation’s business and people strategy, performance and sector trends. • Be a role model for Continuing Professional Development (CPD) by reflecting on your work, connecting with networks of leaders, promoting a learning culture and enabling the development of others. • Comply with our Code of Professional Conduct.


    Post Graduate Diploma in Personnel Management in 1985 from Doncaster Metropolitan Institute of Higher Education


    HND Public Administration – De Montfort University (Formally Leicester Polytechnic) – 1980-82


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    03300 552 856

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    01904 755 222