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Jewish Human Rights Organization Appeals to Lord Chancellor to Guarantee Rwanda Legislation “Adheres to Legal Principles”

René Cassin, a prominent Jewish human rights group, has urged the Lord Chancellor to make certain that the Safety of Rwanda Bill aligns with both UK and international law. This request is timely, as Members of Parliament are set to…

Supporting women in the workplace when supporting women – an Affordable Justice story

Weaving threads of feminist empowerment Finding a job that works around family and home life in the family law field is challenging. Long, unpredictable hours mean that many women solicitors get overwhelmed balancing motherhood and their personal lives with their…

Separating parents urged to avoid courtroom conflict as Family Mediation Week kicks off

Parents living throughout the UK who have decided to separate or divorce in 2024 are being urged to find out how to avoid courtroom confrontation to settle money and parenting arrangements, with the launch of Family Mediation Week, 22 –…

“A new training programme that provides employers & employees with tools to assist those who have suffered a baby loss.”

ON BABY LOSS AWARENESS WEEK, BRIEFED JOINS FORCES WITH CAMPAIGNER, KEELEY LENGTHORN, TO LAUNCH MAJOR NEW TRAINING PROGRAMME A NEW online training platform has been launched to help employees navigate a return-to-work after experiencing a baby loss. Developed by Briefed, the…

Three quarters of lawyers struggle with client cash handling as law firms grapple with admin avalanche

Junior lawyers in the eye of the storm as 9 in 10 express concern over time and risks of manual payment processing  A quarter of law firms now outsource transaction payments to an escrow provider   Almost three quarters (73%)…

Roskilly and Mills: new legal practice launches in Bristol, specialising in advising non-married couples on separation, wills and inheritance disputes

Emily Roskilly and Lucia Mills announce the launch of their new business, Roskilly and Mills, which will provide specialist advice to cohabiting couples pre and post-separation with a holistic, transparent and empathetic approach. “Common law marriage is a myth,” explains…

South Wales Personal Injury Firm Celebrates 20 Years Of Helping Clients – by Scooping Major Industry Award and Pledging to Support Homelessness Charity

A leading Welsh law firm has marked 20 years of business success by scooping a major industry accolade and pledging its support to a charity that is tackling homelessness in Wales. Earlier this year, Mooneerams, which specialises in personal injury…

Harding Evans Supports Whitchurch Heath Cricket Club

LEADING Welsh law firm Harding Evans is supporting Whitchurch Heath Cricket Club for its 2022 season as a lead sponsor. The firm, which offers a range of legal services to both businesses and individuals, is helping the club with financial…

Kevin O’Sullivan: National Bike Week – Time to change the culture and shift the burden of proof

Kevin O’Sullivan, founder of Cycle Legal, discusses the challenges of proving liability for RTAs where vulnerable road users are involved The first myth to slay is the repellent expression ‘’presumed liability’’. It, quite understandably, sets any self-respecting motorist’s teeth on…

How Unhealthy Habits are Affecting YOUR Mental Health.

A national lockdown posed many challenges, including remote working, unemployment, social distancing, financial uncertainty, and health concerns. And now, with the UK starting the motions of leaving lockdown, the nation faces similar challenges in returning to work and day-to-day life…