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Morrish Solicitors announces newly qualified solicitors

Omar Ghaffoor and Jade Fairless at Morrish Solicitors have recently qualified as solicitors.

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Two lawyers promoted at Switalskis

Yorkshire law firm Switalskis Solicitors has promoted experienced associate solicitors Amy Clowrey and Natalie Cosgrove to director

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Morrish Solicitors relocates in Bradford

West Yorkshire law firm Morrish Solicitors has relocated its Bradford office after first opening in the city 13 years ago

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Ramsdens adds to clinical negligence and personal injury team

Ramsdens has strengthened its clinical negligence and personal injury offering with the appointments of associate Nick Stojanovic and two litigation executives

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Yorkshire lawyer celebrates four decades at Atherton Godfrey

This month, John McQuater, one of the Yorkshire’s best-regarded litigation lawyers, marks 40 years since he started his career at Atherton Godfrey


Two barristers accept offers of residency at Parklane Plowden in Leeds

Two new barristers have accepted an offer of tenancy at Parklane Plowden Chambers after successfully completing their pupillages

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Parklane Plowden clinical negligence barrister succeeds in brain injury trial worth up to £20m

A specialist clinical negligence barrister from Leeds and Newcastle-based Parklane Plowden Chambers has won a trial in a claim that may be worth up to £20 million

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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