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Sustainability-focused law firm reduces carbon emissions by 45% during lockdown

Sustainability is firmly at the top of the agenda, from Boris Johnson’s ten-point plan for a green industrial revolution to Bill Gates’ new book “How to Avoid a Climate Disaster”. However, it is down to individuals and businesses to...

The impacts of the TCA on food and farming.

With the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement signed and provisionally in force from 1 January, our agri-food specialists have written a series of articles to explain the implications of the TCA, and Brexit, for the food and farming sector. Julie Robinson,...

Promotions and expansion plans

Leading East Anglia and Midlands-based law firm Roythornes Solicitors has revealed details of six new partner promotions as its exciting expansion plans begin to take hold. Benjamin Smith , Emily Danson , Claire Hindmarsh , Hannah Leese , Alex...

Major appointment for leading lawyer

A leading agricultural lawyer at law firm Roythornes has been appointed to a prestigious new panel aimed at providing specialist advice to rural sector professionals. The Agricultural Law Association (ALA) is the UK’s largest inter-professional...

Should electric scooters be legalised?

Amid calls today (Friday 2 October) for the legalisation of electric scooters, Rob Dempsey , personal injury lawyer at Roythornes Solicitors, states his concerns about how this would be safely and responsibly regulated for personal use following only short...

Legal rising stars qualify at Roythornes

Four talented new solicitors have qualified at leading law firm, Roythornes Solicitors, following the successful completion of their training contracts. Emily Wright, Rebecca Ironmonger, Shola Khan, and Naomi McFadden join Roythornes’ cohort of legal...

Roythornes makes list of top fundraisers

Roythornes’ Alconbury team raised £3,450 after taking part in Will Aid, a national campaign which invites solicitors to volunteer some of their time in the month of November to write wills in exchange for a voluntary donation to Will Aid. The...

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...
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