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BLM to close Leeds office and switch staff to remote working

Insurance and commercial law firm BLM will not renew the leases on its Leeds and Bristol offices. Existing staff in both offices will switch to remote working when the leases

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Gordons celebrates graduation of three apprentices

Gordons is celebrating the latest three graduates of its legal apprenticeship scheme. Albert Bell, Joanne Beevor and Ciaran Mallon have all qualified as chartered legal executives within the Leeds and

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Shoosmiths returns to office with new way of working

Shoosmiths has re-opened its offices across England and Northern Ireland today and implemented a new way of working for its entire workforce. The law firm, which has offices in Leeds,

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Winston Solicitors urges NHS and care workers to use free service

NHS and care workers in Leeds have a week to take advantage of the free will writing service from Winston Solicitors. The law firm introduced the offer, which runs until

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Berwins commits to supporting carers

Yorkshire law firm Berwins has created the Carers’ Charter to recognise the invaluable work of healthcare professionals. The commitment, which sees the firm unveil a raft of measures to support

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Gordons advises Hermes on new depots

Consumer delivery specialist Hermes UK has worked closely with Yorkshire law firm Gordons to prepare for the opening of 10 new depots in response to continued demand for online shopping

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Leeds academics to investigate Covid-19 crimes

Leeds academics will investigate the impact of coronavirus (Covid-19) on crime in England thanks to a £666,000 grant. A team of six researchers from the University of Leeds and UCL

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Appleyard Lees sees unprecedented level of IP litigation

Intellectual property law firm Appleyard Lees will litigate three high-stakes disputes over a four-week period in June and July. The trials raise novel questions of law, according to Appleyard Lees,

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Winston Solicitors offers free wills to NHS and care workers

Yorkshire law firm Winston Solicitors has been praised for offering free wills to NHS and care workers in Leeds and Harrogate. NHS community midwifery team leader Petra Mullen (pictured, left)

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LEAP: Has there ever been a better time to start up a law firm?

Many of the barriers to entry in the legal industry have been blown aside. There has never been a better time to start a law firm, according to LEAP The