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First reflections: our apprentices

Thursday 21st December 2017

Our new apprenticeship scheme, which we launched earlier this year, aims to give early learners the opportunity to start their career within the legal industry. Since they joined Minster Law at the end of September, apprentices Callum Harvey, Elleina Morgan, Chloe Hilton and Katy Whitfield, have been working alongside some of our most experienced customer…

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Minster Law raises more than £2,600 for York-based hospice

Thursday 21st December 2017

A group of seven trainee solicitors at Minster Law have helped to raise £2,650 for St Leonard’s Hospice through a number of exciting fundraising activities. The money raised will help to pay for more than three weeks’ worth of specialist palliative care and support for local people with life limiting illnesses. Minster Law is passionate…

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First reflections: our trainees

Wednesday 20th December 2017

Matthew Itson, Breesha Loughran and Sally Roche began their Training Contracts with Minster Law earlier this year. We sat down with the aspiring solicitors to see how they’ve settled in… Q. How were you feeling about joining the training contracts programme? SV: “I was really excited to start the Training Contract programme. We were offered…

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Amputee motorcyclist swaps two wheels for four in prestigious motorsport series

Wednesday 20th December 2017

When Stuart Gibbs lost his left leg as a result of a motorbike accident in 2012, he never imagined that less than five years later, he’d be fulfilling a life-long dream to compete on the racetrack in a prestigious motorsport series. The determined 47-year-old has now overcome adversity to complete his debut season in the…

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Motorist suffers unnecessary emotional trauma during ‘straightforward’ personal injury claim

Monday 18th December 2017

Defendant’s continued denial of liability significantly prolongs case When Mrs Probets was involved in a minor road traffic accident, her personal injury claim should have been straightforward and relatively quick to settle. However, complications during the course of her claim, including the other driver denying any responsibility, caused significant and unnecessary delays in the process…

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Awards season is officially underway!

Thursday 7th December 2017

We believe in investing in our people so that they can provide the best possible service to our clients, partners and other colleagues. Our annual Awards Ball is a fantastic way for us to recognise and reward the efforts our employees have made over the past year. This year’s ball was held at the National…

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