Whilst I might tell friends that my job as a personal injury solicitor is just like a courtroom drama and that I
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We care about our people and our clients, and respect is at the heart of our values.
We are committed to promoting equality and valuing diversity and we always aim to treat colleagues, clients and others fairly.
As well as working together to deliver excellent advice and client care, every colleague’s individuality and personal characteristics have an important part to play in the life and success of the firm.
In the past few years across the UK we have seen some reported decisions on psychological injury and the differences
The Insolvency Service has announced that the temporary insolvency protection measures, specifically the restriction on
Figures recently published by the Scottish Government have shown that domestic abuse reports have risen for the fourth
“That's something my parents would do”, “That won’t affect me”, “I don’t have any assets”, “Why should I see a solicitor
The Equality Act 2010 affords protection to disabled people from discrimination in education, in housing, when receiving
There was a noticeable relaxing of dress codes during lockdown, as employers recognised that there was no need for
CVs inherently contain personal data including sensitive personal data, and strict adherence to data protection
The first few years in the world of work are generally exciting times for a young adult. Whether you’ve just left
Over the last few years, I have been asked to help many individuals who have found themselves the subject of potentially
Cash for Kids is expected to receive a five figure sum again this year from Thorntons Solicitors as the beneficiary of