Aspiring solicitor? Tips for success in your trainee interview
You’ve been invited to interview for a training contract – congratulations! After years of study, securing a training contract is one of the trickiest hurdles you’ll face in your journey to become a fully fledged solicitor. It’s important that you get... [read more...
If I’m separated, can I take my child on holiday?
For most parents, taking their child on holiday doesn’t present a problem. But for separated parents, the issue of international travel can be difficult to navigate – especially if there are underlying concerns about abduction. So if you’re... [read more...
How will Brexit affect the NHS and our health?
As the dust continues to settle on the UK’s decision to leave the EU, many people are considering the impact on our National Health Service in the wake of Brexit. The NHS was a key battlefield in the lead-up to the referendum. Leave campaigners, in... [read more...
I’ve been given the wrong medication – what are my rights?
When we think of healthcare, we think of hospitals and clinics – but actually, pharmacies are a key part of our health service too. Whether over-the-counter medication or prescription drugs, we rely on both our pharmacist and our GP to make sure we get... [read more...
Firm announces internal promotions
We’re delighted to announce a number of internal promotions, including the appointment of Senior Associate Claire Hurrell to Partner, as the firm continues to go from strength to strength. Claire, a member of our medical negligence team, joined us in... [read more...