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Solicitors extended contact hours in recognition of key worker contributions

In an effort to recognise the important contribution of our key workers in the fight against Coronavirus, Roythornes Private Client Department has extended it’s opening hours to cater for key workers or anyone else who would like to talk to them about ...

Video conferencing

The increasing demand for videoconferencing We are increasingly being asked to meet with clients online using various video meeting platforms.  These include Facetime, WhatsApp video chat, Skype, Google Duo and others. We anticipate that clients...

Legal heavyweight joins Roythornes

Pictured: Bhavesh Amlani & Vember Mortlock LEGAL heavyweight Bhavesh Amlani has made a move to rapidly expanding Midlands law firm Roythornes . Bhavesh, who was formerly a sector head at Birmingham-based Shoosmiths overseeing more than...

Rob makes it 11!

We’re delighted to announce that Rob Webb, partner in our private client team, has been made a fellow of the Agricultural Law Association. The ALA is the leading association for agricultural lawyers and other professionals engaged in advising...

Sarah Banner (1979 - 2020)

It is with great sadness that I need to let you know that Sarah Banner sadly passed away on Sunday, 19 January 2020. For a number of years she had had various treatments to combat an aggressive form of malignant melanoma (skin cancer). As she put it...

Roythornes Featured in The Times Best Law Firms 2020 List

We’re proud to announce that Roythornes has been featured in The Times Best Law Firms  2020 list of 200 firms. The annual list is built upon recommendations from other members of the legal profe ssion – 3271 to be exact and respondents are...

Q&A with Blood Bikes

Every year the Roythornes staff nominate and vote for a charity of the year, this year (2019) Blood Bikes (both the Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire) won by a landslide. It's a charity many people don't know exists but the work they do saves...

Road Safety Week 18 - 24 Nov

Lincolnshire roads are renowned by locals for being particularly dangerous with 56 deaths and a total of 2,533 casualties occurring on them in 2018 alone. Whilst Lincolnshire is one of the few counties without a motorway, it is in fact the many A roads and...

Four rising stars earn legal qualifications at Roythornes

LEADING law firm Roythornes Solicitors has announced the qualification of four talented legal professionals to solicitor having completed their training contracts with the firm. Bede Finnigan , Emily Hickling, Emily Wilson and George Faulkner have...

Leading law firm celebrates 85 years with 85 green acts

  Pictured: Cristina Parla, Victoria Stevenson, Mark Dodds & Martin Spencer   Top 200 law firm  Roythornes Solicitors has pledged to celebrate its 85th anniversary by completing 85 ‘green acts’ within the next 12 months....
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