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Simpson Millar Receive Headway Accreditation

24 January 2017 | Melanie Burden

Simpson Millar, and three of its expert solicitors, has been included in the Headway Head Injury Solicitors Directory for 2017.

Supreme Court Prepares To Consider NHS-Funded Abortions For Northern Irish Women

1 November 2016 | Angela Jackman

The Supreme Court will tomorrow consider the question of whether women from Northern Ireland are currently unlawfully denied abortions paid for by the National Health Service in England

Simpson Millar Awarded Excellence In Learning and Development At Law Society Awards 2016

21 October 2016 | Peter Watson

After developing an outstanding leadership programme, Simpson Millar’s Learning & Development team received an excellence award from the Law Society at a prestigious ceremony held in London.

Simpson Millar Appoints Two New Department Heads

4 October 2016 | Emma Pearmaine

National consumer law firm Simpson Millar has hired two senior lawyers to lead its Family and Private Client departments.

Manchester Couple Wins Term-Time Holiday Fine Challenge

11 August 2016 | Julie Robertson

Lawyer Julie Robertson of Simpson Millar LLP calls parents to battle over unfair and unfounded fines

Daughter’s Petition Calling on Government to Act on Asbestos in Schools Goes Viral, as Mother Battles Final Stages of Cancer

15 June 2016 | Helen Grady

The family of a much-loved primary school teacher, who is fighting for her life after developing a type of cancer caused by exposure to asbestos, has launched a petition.

Simpson Millar Targets Big Brand Affiliations with Senior Hire

1 June 2016 | Peter Watson

Andrew Darke, formerly an equity partner with Irwin Mitchell, has joined Simpson Millar as Director of Partner Distribution.

Leading Law Firm Specialising in Representing Victims of Child Abuse joins Simpson Millar LLP

31 May 2016 | Peter Watson

Law firm Abney Garsden, one of the largest practices dedicated to claims by survivors of abuse, is to be incorporated into Simpson Millar.

Super injunction drama concludes

19 May 2016 | Arif Khalfe

Super injunction drama concludes

Law Firm's Humanitarian Efforts Recognised With National Award

10 May 2016 | Peter Watson

For helping to transform the lives of hundreds of children in Eastern Europe, Simpson Millar has been awarded Best CSR Initiative at the HR in Law awards

Just A Drop: Simpson Millar in Kenya

27 April 2016 | Peter Watson

In 2015, the Fairpoint Group raised a huge £16,000 for the Just a Drop charity – now, in 2016, we are seeing the money raised being put into action.

Rose Gibson joins Simpson Millar as a Partner in the Multi-Track Personal Injury Team

9 March 2016 | Peter Watson

Simpson Millar has strengthened its specialist Multi-Track Personal Injury practice with the appointment of Rose Gibson as Partner.

Future Legal Mind 2016 – Finalists Revealed

2 March 2016 | Peter Watson

The race is on to be named as Future Legal Mind 2016, as National Accident Helpline releases the names of the 10 finalists

Colemans-ctts changes name to Simpson Millar LLP

29 January 2016 | Peter Watson

Rebrand follows merger in 2015 and reflects the unison of both business, which will now operate as one entity across the UK

Asbestos Victims Gagged by Negligent Employers

26 January 2016 | Helen Grady

Small businesses are failing to make buildings safe from asbestos

Simpson Millar completes Colemans-CTTS acquisition

15 January 2016 | Peter Watson

Simpson Millar completes Colemans-CTTS acquisition

NI Abortion Law: First Stage Supreme Court Success

13 January 2016 | Angela Jackman

Angela Jackman continues to fight for changes in the law regarding NHS funding for women from Northern Ireland who must travel to England for terminations

Greg Cox Receives Outstanding Case of the Year Award

27 November 2015 | Peter Watson

Last night the Colemans-ctts and Simpson Millar personal injury team were out in force for the Eclipse Proclaim Personal Injury Awards

Judgment on GCSE Religious Content Hailed as 'Common Sense'

25 November 2015 | Dan Rosenberg

Victory today for three families saying the religious studies GCSE their children would study illegally prioritised religious views over non-religious ones

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