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Shoosmiths celebrates five years in Leeds

Law firm Shoosmiths is celebrating five years since the opening of its Leeds office, as it continues its ambitious growth strategy

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Clarion to mark Family Mediation Week 2022 with events

Clarion is holding a programme of events for professional advisers working with separating families as part of Family Mediation Week

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Leeds barrister becomes a Queen’s Counsel

Lisa Linklater from Exchange Chambers in Leeds has been named a Queen’s Counsel in the new silk appointments announced by the lord chancellor this week

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Addleshaw Goddard joins government legal services panel

Addleshaw Goddard has joined the Crown Commercial Service’s new legal services panel. The firm’s team is led by Paul Hirst in Leeds and Michael Rainey

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Four associates join Clarion

Leeds-based Clarion has appointed four lawyers to new associate positions across the law firm

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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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Women in Law mentor promoted at Silk Family Law

Yorkshire and Northeast firm Silk Family Law has promoted solicitor Nia Jameson to the position of associate

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Switalskis aims for commercial property expansion with new hire

Switalskis has appointed property lawyer Claire Murphy as a director, with a brief to help develop the firm’s commercial property department

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Two newly qualified solicitors at LCF Law

Bridie Johnson-Power and Ryan Cotton have become the latest newly qualified solicitors to join LCF Law after completing their legal training with the firm

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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