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Thursfields to give students a taste of life in the law |Solicitors in Worcester

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Thursfields Solicitors is inviting applications for its annual “What to expect as a trainee solicitor” week which this year will be held from 22-26 June. Applications open from Monday 3 February and law students can apply to join Thursfields’ Work Placement Programme, which sees the successful applicants given the opportunity of first-hand experience of working…

As Customer Service Administrator Manager for Thursfields Solicitors…

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As Customer Service Administrator Manager for Thursfields Solicitors my role includes a number of varied day to day tasks as well as exciting new projects. My role is to predominantly manage and develop the reception “meet and greet and 1st point of call” team at Thursfields legal services across our six regional offices. Day to…

Thursfields’ Worcester office strengthens its Commercial Property team

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Thursfields Solicitors has recruited an experienced American lawyer to join the Commercial Property team at its Worcester office. Katherine Hall has joined the team after spending the last five years working in the Worcester market having trained at a local firm and qualifying as a UK solicitor in August 2015. Tony Gibb, a Director in…

Top tips for students when starting your legal career | Solicitors in Worcester

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Thursfields’ trainees have compiled a list of their top tips for anyone interested in understanding more about a legal career through work experience and ensure you make the best impression. You never know, it might just land you a job offer… Be Curious Some students may feel that questions will imply their knowledge is lacking and/or…

Redundancy – getting it right | Employment Law

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January is prime time to set goals and look forward to the year ahead. Unfortunately in the world of business, this may mean reviewing finances and making redundancies. The key question is, how do employers keep the stress of this process to a minimum whilst ensuring they follow the correct procedure? Making the decision The…

Building a Talented Workforce | Employment Law

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In a candidate driven market finding new talent for your workforce can feel like an uphill struggle. But many employers could be overlooking a large talent pool of employees, especially those who are women returning from maternity leave. The Equality and Human Rights Commission’s 2018 “Britain is Fairer?” Report found that 77 % of mothers…

Thursfields combines offices | Solicitors in Kidderminster and Stourport

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Thursfields Solicitors is increasing the strength of its Kidderminster office by relocating five staff from Stourport. Thursfields has operated an office in Stourport for the last 50 years, most recently based at The Old Inspectors House on York Street, but it is now moving this resource into Kidderminster. As of the 12th November the team…

Employment Tribunal

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A Waiter lost his claim for discrimination on the grounds of religion or belief after claiming he had been discriminated against by his employer for being a vegetarian. Jade Linton of Thursfields Solicitors explores the law relating to religion and belief and examines what an Employment Tribunal might consider in order to determine whether a…

Thursfields solicitors are winning!

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Thursfields Solicitors has won a top award that reflects the successful expansion of the business in recent years. The Midlands law firm lifted the ‘High Growth Business of the Year’ trophy on Friday night [17 November] at the Black Country Chamber of Commerce Awards 2017 watched by an audience of more than 400 people at Wolverhampton…

Restrictions on Titles | Conveyancing solicitors

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A restriction is an entry on the registered title deeds to a property which prevents a disposition (sale or transfer of an interest in a property or new mortgage). Restrictions can be absolute or conditional on a specified occurrence.

Guerrilla Projection Advertising

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Some of you may well be wondering what “guerrilla projection advertising” actually is, let alone whether it affects/has affected you or your business.

Thursfields solicitors raise £1,200 for Sight Concern at the charity golf day

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Thursfields Solicitors has raised £1,200 for a group which helps blind and partially sighted people by holding a charity golf day in Worcestershire. A total of 18 local business teams completed all 18 holes in the event at Gaudet Luce golf course in Droitwich, held to benefit the Sight Concern charity. Extra fun during the…

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