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Our partner Samuel Hill talks about cervical cancer and prevention in our latest podcast. He’s joined by Bridget Little from Jo’s Trust and our client Sarah McDonald who shares her own cervical cancer story.
Every year, around 220,000 women and people with a cervix are diagnosed with cervical cell changes. Colleagues from our Glasgow office challenged themselves to reach 220,000 steps throughout January to raise money for Jo’s Trust. Find out more about how Jo’s Trust can support you with information on cervical screening, receiving a diagnosis and coping with treatment.
Charlotte Cheshire is raising awareness of Group B Strep Support. Her son Adam was diagnosed with Group B Strep after his birth at Shrewsbury Hospital. He’s now severely disabled. Find out how we ensured that Adam’s lifetime care needs will be met
If you’ve recently left school or want a change in career, an apprenticeship might be for you. Our opportunities aren’t just legal, we also have a range of different roles available. Alongside work, you’ll complete academic training to aid development. Find out more.
Misconceptions around apprenticeships might influence your decision about choosing one over university. We dispel the myths and give you an insight into life as an apprentice in this special edition of The Irwin Mitchell Podcast.
What can businesses do to make a difference? With the growing momentum of environmental, social and governance (ESG) criteria, organisations have the opportunity to be a real leader and drive change for their people and their planet. Find out how we can support you in delivering your purpose-led ESG strategy.
Shannon Dunkley has revealed the impact cervical cancer has had on her family. Find out how our expert Rosie Charlton is helping establish answers and how Shannon hopes to raise awareness of the signs of the disease.
Our Responsible Business strategy is bold in its approach. We're proud of our progress in 2022 and want to accelerate this momentum as 2023 unfolds. Find out how we're delivering sustainable growth.
While relaxed COVID measures gave reason for optimism at the beginning of 2022, the year presented new challenges. With the UK likely in a recession, which cities have been hardest hit? Get the full picture in our new City Tracker report.
We were blown away by how many entries came down our chimney in our Christmas card competition for children with additional needs. We’re delighted to announce Charlie won with his fantastic wreath inspired by family and inclusivity. Check out all the amazing entries.
We're committed to developing a workplace that works for our colleagues through Life At IM. Considering a training contract? If so, we'd love to hear from you. See if our culture of support and inclusivity is for you.
The sports sector is crucial for generating jobs and boosting community wellbeing. With the help of Cebr, our new report examines how elite clubs can help economies thrive and looks at opportunities for growth within the sector.
Our trainee solicitor, Shakil Mumith, wanted to gain lots of experience, responsibility and knowledge when he applied to start his career with us. After completing his work placement, he knew where his passion lied and loves being part of our corporate team. Read Shakil’s story.
In our latest podcast, our senior associate solicitor Richard Biggs is joined by Lewis Winton, regional campaigns officer, and Erik Matthies, policy officer, from the Royal Institute of Blind People to discuss e-scooters, the law surrounding them, implications for those with visual impairments, and what needs to change. Listen now.
A road traffic collision left our client, Kaushik, with a serious brain injury and the loss of three fingers. But our dedication and care turned his concern into determination – that’s the human touch that mattered. Read his story now.
Lifetime planning is one of the biggest investments you can make – not only for yourself, but your loved ones as well. Our legal and financial experts can help you plan for the moments that matter. We've created two helpful guides to help you and your family plan for the future. Find out more.
Our trainee solicitor, Polly Morgan, feels privileged to make a positive difference to her client’s lives so early on in her career. She values the opportunity to try new things and develop on the job. Read her story now.
Join us for our next Maternity Matters webinar in partnership with Petals, the Baby Loss Counselling Charity. You’ll hear from our expert panel including Petals, Dad Still Standing podcast, and James Titcombe, as they share their experience of baby loss and explore how to improve outcomes for the thousands of parents who suffer loss each year.
We’re delighted to unwrap this years’ festive competition for children with additional needs. If your child can capture the Christmas spirit, we want to see their art. The winner will win an IPad and their drawing will feature on our Christmas card. Find out more.
To mark World Stroke Day, our client Jon, bravely shares his story after his life was turned upside down following a stroke. Discover why the human touch mattered to him.
Our client, Ellie-Jayne is focused on the future after graduating and overcoming school bullies who teased her about the effects of an injury she suffered at birth. Find out more.
Did you know applications for our 2024 training contracts open on 1 November? Our current trainees and colleagues give you an insight into what it’s like to work with us, and top tips to help you complete your application. Find out more now.
"Going from able bodied to becoming disabled - the difference is huge in what people think I can achieve." For National Inclusion Week, we're sharing Owen Tooth's story, director of our behind the scenes film about the inclusive production of our campaign. Read more now.
"All I want to do is participate in the world and be involved" This National Inclusion Week, we're looking back at Ian Treherne's story. Known as 'The Blind Photographer' Ian was a member of our production team for our ad campaign last year. Find out more now.
To celebrate National Inclusion Week 2022, we're looking back at our ad campaign which took an inclusive approach. We brought together people who are often overlooked: those with disabilities, both hidden and visible. Find out more now.
If you want a rewarding, long-lasting career in a supportive and successful environment, then come and join our journey. Work from one of our 17 offices, at home, or in a way that suits you. Join our journey.
"It’s so important in our work environment that we recognise people’s strengths, their capabilities, and how they bring positivity into a room. Communication within my team is vital, so we can understand each other, learn from one another and recognise when someone needs support." Find out why life at Irwin Mitchell suits Vicky.
“I've always been accepted for who I am and what I have to bring, and my career has gone from strength to strength as a result. It's important that the LGBTQ+ community have visible role models that they can see in senior positions. I know when I was growing up, that was what helped me, and that's something that I'm really passionate about, making sure that I give back.” Find out why life at Irwin Mitchell works for Luke.
“Our working environment is flexible, inclusive and focused, so we can provide the best service for our clients. We pride ourselves on our expertise, but the friendly nature of our business and the warmth of our colleagues is what makes us successful.” Find out why life at Irwin Mitchell suits Chani.
“Our Flexible by Choice policy is absolutely fantastic, because it empowers us to work in a way that works for us. It's given me more time to do the things I enjoy doing and it benefits our clients as well.” Read more about why life at Irwin Mitchell works for Padma.
“Having a positive work-life balance is important. It can be challenging given the clients I work with, but I wouldn’t have it any other way. Work is one of my happy places and it’s what keeps me going.” Discover more about why life at Irwin Mitchell suits Nicola.
“Working in such a large firm so early on in my career is both exciting and challenging. You’re working with people who’ve worked in the legal industry for many years, so there’s a lot of responsibility but that comes with many fantastic opportunities.” Learn more about why life at Irwin Mitchell works for Angela.
“Career progression is something we strive for here. I started the Associate Project Management Qualification as an apprenticeship, which is an amazing opportunity and something that’s going to add value to my current role.” Find out more about why life at Irwin Mitchell suits Emma.
“We can all make a positive impact, and if you're lucky enough to work for an organisation like ours, then you've got the support to do that. There are so many ways you can get involved with initiatives here and we’re always looking for brilliant, bright, new colleagues who can make a positive difference.” Discover why life at Irwin Mitchell works for Kate.
“One of the things I'm most proud of is our commitment to diversity and inclusion. A lot of organisations pay lip service to it, but we see it in action every day here. I come from a really diverse background and so equality is really important to me.” Find out why life at Irwin Mitchell suits Jeremy.
“If you're passionate about technology and considering a career with us, I’d highly recommend it. We’re going to disrupt how legal services are provided within the UK and beyond, and we're going to achieve that with technology.” Learn more about why life at Irwin Mitchell works for Nicki.
“We have a very strong and inclusive culture here. You can be who you want to be, and this is celebrated and valued. Being diverse and inclusive brings great value to our business, making it stronger and a much better place to work.“ Find out why life at Irwin Mitchell suits Ed.
Athlete welfare is being discussed now more than ever. At our recent Beyond the Pitch conference, sports experts came together to discuss what needs to be done to protect athletes’ mental, physical and financial wellbeing. Watch our video to catch up on the highlights.