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International Women's Day 2018

In 1922, four women passed the Law Society exams and it was Miss Carrie Morrison who was the first female to be admitted as a solicitor. Now, nearly a century later, women account for over half of the admissions to the profession.

The Care Sector's Biggest Legal Claim

An employment tribunal will examine some of the worst breaches of pay rules union Unison has seen as council contractor Sevacare is sued by 17 care workers for failure to pay the minimum wage.

In the News: Flowers and the Sale of Goods Act

It's always disappointing when an ordered products arrives faulty. However, it's even worse when the product was intended as a gift.However, if you find yourself in this situation you may be protected under the Sale and Supply of Goods Act 1994 and therefore may be able to claim your money back.

More Divorcing Couples Turn to Mediation

More couples seeking a divorce are turning to mediation, according to the largest provider of family mediation in England and Wales.

In the News: Woman Awarded Inheritance

A woman rejected by her mother's will, who chose to leave her estate to charities, has been awarded an inheritance by the Court of Appeal.