GHP Insights

News, Q&As and Press Releases From Our Team

Legal staff team up outside office to support colleague in Race for Life

Staff from one of the largest law firms in Shropshire and North Wales will be teaming up outside office hours next month to raise funds for Cancer Research UK. The team will be taking part in the annual Race for Life event, alongside a colleague who was suddenly struck down by breast cancer two years ago.

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Wrexham crime advocate leads the way in vulnerable protection training

A Wrexham Crime solicitor has become one of the first publicly funded advocates in the region to complete new training ahead of it being made compulsory by the Ministry of Justice.

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Care case expert is awarded Children Law Accreditation

A public law care case expert who earlier this year joined one of the largest family law teams in North Wales has been awarded Children Law Accreditation by the Law Society.

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Crime specialist appointed as new Equity Partner at law firm

One of the region’s largest and longest established law firms has announced the appointment of a new equity partner.

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Busy Wrexham Personal Injury and Civil teams get staff boost

A Wrexham law firm has appointed a new Paralegal to assist with the increasing workload handled by its Personal Injury and Civil teams.

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Leading law firm takes on new trainee solicitors

One of the area’s largest law firms has announced the appointment of two new trainee solicitors.

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Wrexham law firm awarded the only legal aid contract for prison law in North Wales

One of the region’s largest and longest standing law firms has won the only tender awarded in North Wales to provide Prison law advice and representation.

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Comic Relief 2017

Raising funds today at GHP Legal for Comic Relief.

 

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Child Law specialist appointed by leading Wrexham law firm

A Wrexham law firm has appointed a new solicitor with special interest in Children Law to its growing Family team.

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The mentally ill should be in hospital not in prison says leading mental health lawyer following inquest on prison suicide

On the day that it was announced a record number of people killed themselves in prisons in England and Wales in 2016, a leading mental health lawyer declared “the mentally ill should be in hospital, not in prison”.

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