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Spector Constant & Williams Backs the Future of Women’s Football

London law firm Spector Constant & Williams is throwing its support behind the future of women's football by becoming a major sponsor of this year's Women's Football Awards.   The firm is sponsoring the Grassroots Initiative of the Year award, reflecting the law firm's long-term commitment to...

After raising £6 million Series A to drive the development of its intelligent contract drafting software, Henchman sets new precedent for legal documents

Legal tech company Henchman, has recently revealed that it has closed a £6 million Series A funding round to support continued company growth, and innovation in its platform that automates the search for relevant clauses and definitions when drafting legal contracts. The round is...

Kennedys New Charity Partnership With The Children’s Society Shows Pledge To Support Vulnerable Children And Young People

The Children's Society and global law firm Kennedys are partnering to support vulnerable young people by funding mental health support. A fundraising target of £120,000 has been set for the firm over the next three years to support the UK-wide work of the charity and...

CLARKE WILLMOTT SECURES MORE THAN £250m FOR SILVA HOMES

Lawyers from national law firm Clarke Willmott’s Cardiff office have helped housing association Silva Homes on the security for a £150 million bank refinancing and £100 million private placement.  Silva currently owns and manages a portfolio of over 7,000 homes in south-east England.  The funding strategy...

Legal aid industrial action begins for barristers

Barristers have started industrial action in a feud over legal aid funding today. Almost 2,500 barristers have now said they will refuse to step in at the last minute to pick up court appearances or preparatory work for colleagues whose cases are over-running. It stems from...

Still no decision on legal aid ballot

Criminal barristers are still waiting to hear if they will be balloted about action if the government does not promise to increase legal aid funding. Lord chancellor Dominic Raab said he would have an answer by the end of March. An independent review of criminal legal...