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We’ve been appointed as the UK Athletics (UKA) Official Legal Partner for the next three years. We’ll support UKA with advice and regulatory guidance in key areas such as safeguarding, disciplinary investigations, and contentious and non-contentious commercial work.
Our two new offices support our Flexible by Choice hybrid working approach for colleagues, and seek to enhance the experience of our clients in those regions.
Join us for our next Maternity Matters webinar to discuss the importance of neonatal feeding in preventing a return to hospital. You'll get practical guidance and advice, and learn about the personal experiences of a range of expert speakers. Sign up now.
From the 6 April, no-fault divorce will replace our current divorce law. This is a long awaited change for family law. The new process will allow people to apply for a divorce without the element of blame. But what do these changes mean? Head to our website to find out more.
We’re delighted to welcome Gurvinder Kaur to our team here at Irwin Mitchell. She joins as a senior associate and brings 14 years’ experience as a qualified solicitor.
Applications for our paralegal and accounting apprenticeships are open from Tuesday 1 March. Visit our website to find out how to apply, and learn why our apprentices enjoy working at Irwin Mitchell.
Expert advice turned fear into determination for our client, Rosie. At just 20 years old, a road traffic collision left Rosie paralysed in both her arms and legs. Despite having to learn how to speak again and do many of the basic things we take for granted, she remains positive and has big plans for the future. Read Rosie’s story and find out more about why the human touch mattered to her.
Host Naomi Findlay is joined by Irwin Mitchell colleague, medical negligence expert and Crystal Palace goalkeeper Chloe Morgan, and Dave Ward, Leanne Infante and Abbie Ward of top-flight rugby team Bristol Bears Women. Together, they get to the bottom of this important issue.
Clear communication turned confusion into confidence for our client, Ainsley. His life changed forever when he was involved in a road traffic collision which left him needing a wheelchair for the rest of his life. Read Ainsley’s story to find out more about the human touch that mattered to him.
Dedicated commitment turned hope into happiness for Matthew. Our client had worked on his close friend’s farm for over thirty years and was told he’d inherit the land. When the owner died without a Will in place, Matthew lost everything he’d worked so hard for. With expert legal advice we helped Matthew get his ‘special place’ back. Read his story to find out why the human touch mattered to him.
Genuine care turned anger into optimism for our client, Bob. He was diagnosed with mesothelioma, the asbestos-related cancer, in September 2019, shortly after his best friend had passed away with the disease. He was concerned about what the future held for him and his family, but with our expert Nicola Handley’s support his feelings changed.
As the Official Legal Partner of England Rugby, we're delighted to offer the opportunity for one child to be a mascot for the Guinness Six Nations match between England and Wales, being played at Twickenham on Saturday 26 February 2022.
Data protection is a fast-moving area of law at the best of times, but recently there have been a number of cases decided which have an important impact on businesses. Hear from our expert panel in our new podcast to learn the latest developments.
Do people with disabilities get the opportunities and support they deserve in the workplace? Tune in to Merkle’s recent podcast where the blind photographer Ian Treherne and film editor Amy Daneel chat with David Ward and Jason Fletcher about their involvement in our inclusive ad campaign.
We're now accepting applications for our 2024 graduate training contracts. Visit our website to find out how we support graduates through the early years of their new career, and to hear what current trainees enjoy about working at Irwin Mitchell.