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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.
Low awareness amongst employers about the menopause is causing thousands of women each year to be absent from work and to quit their jobs. Experts at Irwin Mitchell say that the problem is likely to get significantly worse if employers continue to sideline the issue.
As we raise awareness for National Coming Out Day, we look at the process of 'Coming Out', especially in a work place setting. Find out more as our colleague shares his experiences.
We took an inclusive approach to the production of our new ad campaign, bringing together a crew made up of people who are often overlooked by production teams – those with disabilities, both hidden and visible.
Our new campaign is about connecting with clients on a human level and understanding their situation. Whether they're experiencing heightened emotions like anger and vulnerability, or more subtle emotions like doubt and insecurity, we help them to transition to more positive state.
Jacob White, from Maltby, Rotherham, has shown he doesn’t let anything get in his way by taking part in the Superhero Series event. Jake’s mission was to walk 5km using his walking frame, with his family walking alongside to support him.
Aish has completed her personal Superhero Series challenge of a marathon, beating her personal best from last year. She brilliantly reached her goal in only two weeks. Her family have cheered Aish on and supported her the whole way, but it’s been her own strength, grit and determination that’s got her over the finish line.
Zach has recently completed his Superhero Series challenge, covering over three miles using his recumbent bike and specialist mobility trike. Find out more about Zach’s determination, charity fundraising and his superpowers.
When Beryl Coulter died in 2007, she wanted her multi-million pound estate to be used to build homes for the elderly in St Ouen, Jersey. But her wish sparked a 12-year legal battle with HMRC, ending in the highest Court in the land.
We surveyed 1,000 divorcees about their experiences during and since their divorces. Read our white paper for the full survey results and expert analysis from our panel of experts.
Girl, now five, requires full-time care following Group B Strep infection.
How one hospice has supported patients and carers throughout the pandemic, and the ways our solicitors help hospices get essential funding.