Transition from education to Training Contract

Throughout University and the Legal Practice Course (LPC), obtaining a training contract (TC) seemed the most daunting aspect of this career. This soon changed to the transition from full-time studying to full-time working in a firm. After finishing my LPC I was lucky to obtain a paralegal position, but I was only in this role […]

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The Renters Reform Bill and what this means for landlords

For some time now, landlords have been aware of the government’s intention to abolish the Section 21 Notice, a statutory notice under the Housing Act 1988 that enables them to repossess their properties without giving a reason. Despite the government first announcing its intention to scrap the controversial notice in 2019, 230,000 Section 21 Notices […]

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News rules on self-driving vehicles come into force

From 1 July new rules on the use of self-driving vehicles in Great Britain have come into force. The changes are included in a new section in The Highway Code which can be accessed for free on GOV.UK. Currently only vehicles with advanced driver assistance systems are available in the UK. No vehicles in Great […]

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Every day’s a school day…

One of the most emotive areas of law the Regulatory team undertake is in relation to those impacting on children, parents and guardians under Education law. These are cases for instance, where parents/guardians are summonsed to appear at Court for failing to ensure their child’s attendance at school, or where the level of support being […]

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What is being done to tackle court delays?

Back in March, our very own Mike Hayward and Nathan Taylor-Allkins featured on the ITV Anglia News, where they spoke about the backlog of criminal cases and how court delays are impacting business and individual clients, victims and witnesses. In this blog, we offer more information about the various factors that have led to this […]

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