Latest news - Stephensons

Only 5 per cent of Brits can accurately spot the key signs of bowel cancer

95 per cent were unsure about the main signs of the cancer Bowel cancer is UK’s second biggest cancer killer – 16,000 people die each year Knowing the signs and early diagnosis is key to curing the disease Only five per cent of...

Primary admissions national offer day

Monday 16 April is this year’s National Offer Day for primary school admission applications when parents and pupils receive the decision on whether they have been successful in their choice of preferred school. It will be a day of celebration and...

Headway - Support for those affected by brain injuries

Tom Mooney from our clinical negligence team, is treasurer for Headway in Wigan and Leigh. Headway aims to promote understanding of all aspects of brain injury and provide information, support and services to survivors, their families and...

Life as a graduate paralegal in the regulatory department

Brea Carney-Jones is a graduate paralegal in the regulatory  department based in our Wigan office, here she shares her day-to-day experience to give you an insight into what life is like for a law graduate at Stephensons... Monday ...

Life changing 'trampoline park' injuries spike... and North West is WORST in England

Everyone will remember with fondness those rainy PE days at school, when the usual activities of rugby, netball and hockey were forsworn, the class headed for the gym, and if your school was lucky enough to have them, the trampolines were rolled...

Secondary Admissions National Offer Day is approaching...

Thursday 1 March is this year’s National Offer Day for secondary school admission applications when parents and pupils receive the decision on whether they have been successful in their choice of preferred secondary school. It will be a day of...

House prices set for 'steady' growth according to forecasters

Experts have suggested that house prices will experience little to no growth in 2018, with some suggesting that prices could even fall in certain areas. The market forecast by This Is Money polled industry experts from leading lenders, property analysts...

Stephensons appoints new Head of Regulatory Law

Specialist regulatory solicitor and Partner, Carl Johnson , has been appointed as Head of Regulatory Law at the national law firm Stephensons. Carl joined Stephensons in 2010 and became a Partner at the firm in 2015. He specialises in professional...

Employers to face tougher rules on workers' rights

Companies which fail to protect the rights of their workers will face higher fines and employee rights to sick pay and holiday pay will be more strictly enforced following an announcement by the government. On Wednesday (7 February 2018), the government...

Stephensons retains three trainee solicitors

Three trainee solicitors have completed their training contracts with the leading national full service law firm Stephensons Solicitors LLP. Rebecca Billinge, Francesca Snape and Sarah Masters have all completed a rigorous, two-year training programme...
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