South Cheshire Law Society had the honour of hosting the deputy vice president of the Law Society I. Stephanie Boyce at our annual dinner. Before the dinner, Stephanie accompanied our secretary Paul Clark TEP during a tour of our member
Happy new year! 2018 was a great year for our society with more members attending our events than ever before. Our events for 2019 are now in our calendar and we look forward to seeing you there!
The SRA are hosting their annual Compliance Officers Conference on 11 December 2018. Topics covered include: Our new principles, codes and rules changes: what it means for you Cybercrime: protecting your firm Our reforms: opportunities for you to work more
South Cheshire Law Society's Christmas lunch tour has been announced. See our events page for more information! https://southcheshirelaw.co.uk/event/law-society-christmas-dinner/
Cheshire College is seeking someone to teach Advanced Legal Skills and Ethics to their second year law degree students. The course covers matters such as ethics and confidentiality as well as essential skills like negotiation and mediation. The module is one
Crewe Hall hosted South Cheshire Law Society’s first annual dinner. It proved to be very popular and we welcomed solicitors from local firms such as Hall Smith Whittingham, Bowcock Cuerden, Dixon Rigby Keogh, Evolve Family Law and Tebbitts and
The first Christmas lunch held by South Cheshire Law Society as part of their social events programme received a positive response from its members. It was a lovely, relaxed afternoon of good food and merriment with a great turn out.
The Interim President is pleased to announce that the first official meeting of South Cheshire Law Society will take place on 20th July 2017 at Crewe Hall. This will be an informal event for prospective members to get to know
In 2014, it is estimated that there was 550,000 new businesses started in the UK (nearly a record level!) and in total, over 5 million registered in the UK private sector, employing 25 million individuals. The majority of these employ