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Wake Smith boosts team with seven appointments

Sheffield’s Wake Smith Solicitors made seven new additions across the firm as it enacts its growth plans

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Medical Solicitors opens its third branch in Yorkshire

Niche medicolegal firm Medical Solicitors has opened a new office in Hull, its third in Yorkshire, and appointed Simon Wilson to lead it

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Morrish makes appointments across the firm

Yorkshire law firm Morrish Solicitors has made and plans new appointments to several of its teams, including Mark Laird as head of property

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Nine earn promotions at Ramsdens

Ramsdens has promoted nine team members across a range of legal services. They include two new partners, three senior associates and four associates

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Ibbotson Brady Solicitors celebrates 20 years in business

Leeds-based Ibbotson Brady Solicitors is celebrating 20 years in operation today. The law firm opened its doors in Leeds on 2 July 2001

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Morrish Solicitors strengthens team with new appointments

Morrish Solicitors has made a number of new appointments, strengthening its position as a Leeds law firm and as a national trade union specialist

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Williamsons clinical negligence expert gains national recognition

Wayne Walker, a clinical negligence specialist at Williamsons Solicitors, has been accepted onto the Action Against Medical Accidents panel of experts

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Frenkel Topping swoops for Doncaster costs firms in double acquisition

Financial advisory firm Frenkel Topping is acquiring Doncaster-based costs law specialist firms A&M Bacon and Partners in Costs for a combined £9 million

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Wake Smith promotes four in Sheffield

Sheffield law firm Wake Smith Solicitors has announced a series of promotions in several of its specialist departments

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Taylor&Emmet sets on four new trainees

Sheffield-headquartered Taylor&Emmet is welcoming four budding legal eagles who are embarking on their journey to become fully fledged solicitors. Despite the challenges of providing mentoring under coronavirus restrictions, the firm