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Training as a solicitor during a pandemic

Whether you’ve dreamt of being a solicitor from the moment you could talk, or you had a life-changing realisation that you wanted to change career later in life, training to...

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Employment law changes to look out for in 2021

You don’t need us to tell you that 2020 and the start of 2021 has been a challenging time for employers and employees alike. From furlough to ensuring businesses are...

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Using the Help to Buy scheme to purchase a new build home

Trying to get on the property ladder can feel overwhelming, especially when you need to have at least a 10% deposit to even get on that first step. However, thanks...

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Do you have a legal right to see your grandchildren?

Grandparents play an increasingly important role in modern family life and grandchildren’s upbringing. However, many grandparents have found that their relationship with their grandchildren has been significantly impacted by coronavirus....

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Buying a new build property: what you need to know

Buying a home is always an exciting time and there are plenty of reasons to be excited about buying a new build property. New build homes are a great way...

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Why pension sharing in divorce is so important

One of the most stressful elements of divorce, separation or dissolution of a civil partnership, is often the separation of finances. Amongst the talk of what happens to the joint...

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Let’s talk cerebral palsy

This month, Barcan+Kirby will mark Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month, which was started in 2006 by a cerebral palsy advocacy group and has grown in popularity over the years. How can...

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Road traffic accident claims: whiplash reforms to come into force on 31st May 2021

The long-awaited whiplash reforms have been delayed again and are set to be implemented on 31st May 2021. The reforms have been in the pipeline for some time now, having...

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Budget 2021: what it means for employment, business and housing

Today’s budget announcement has been highly anticipated by business owners and individuals alike. The Government has given England a roadmap out of lockdown, so what financial measures have they put...

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Care home crisis: the impact of coronavirus on elderly care

Those in care homes were top of the priority list when it came to rolling out the vaccination programme. However, with family members unable to visit their elderly relatives due...

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Safe birth over normal birth: why we must listen to and empower mothers

In December 2020 an interim report by Donna Ockenden, Senior Midwifery Advisor to the Nursing and Midwifery Council, was published on the inquiry into the Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS...

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Can employers force employees to get vaccinated?

The UK’s Covid-19 vaccination programme is well under way, and the vast majority of people will be eagerly awaiting their jab, if they haven’t already had it. But what about...

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