Loading...

Solicitor News

/Solicitor News
Solicitor News2019-05-22T15:35:24+00:00
1408, 2019

Barking fire: social tenants told to return despite safety fears

Barking fire: social tenants told to return despite safety fears Residents of east London flats say they are being forced back before safety assessments. View full article on the Guardian website [...]

508, 2019

Lawyer in the news

Simon Mullings is a Housing Law Specialist. Lawyer in the news Simon Mullings, Senior Case Worker in Community Law. View full article on the Law Gazette website [...]

3007, 2019

Legal Aid Matters

Simon Mullings is a Housing Law Specialist. 70 years ago the Legal Aid and Advice Act 1949 came into force. As an organisation that campaigns to promote access to justice, we [...]

107, 2019

Legal Aid ‘culture of refusal’

Applications for legal aid in homelessness cases dropped by 34%

2906, 2019

Normalisation of risk in the legal aid sector

Normalisation of risk in the legal aid sector. Simon Mullings examines how work ‘at risk’ in the legal aid sector has become the new normal.

2305, 2019

Introducing Edwards Duthie Shamash

As Senior partner of Edwards Duthie Shamash, I am delighted to inform you that Edwards Duthie Shamash is to merge with another firm of solicitors, Steel & Shamash, in June 2019.

3004, 2019

London Legal Walk

On the 17th June, we're taking on 10K for justice at the 2019 London Legal sponsored walk.

2503, 2019

‘Real-life Daniel Blake”s barrister blasts legal aid cuts following tribunal win

'Real-life Daniel Blake''s barrister blasts legal aid cuts following tribunal win

602, 2019

Supreme Court Ruling on disclosure of old or minor offences

A landmark case by the Supreme Court has ruled that the current laws on disclosure of criminal records is ‘plainly disproportionate’. As a result of this ruling many thousands of people may not be required to disclose old or minor criminal offences when applying for jobs.

102, 2019

Equality Act: access to assessors in the county court

Andrea Qwarnstrom and Simon Mullings consider the current law and guidance around the use of Equality Act assessors in the county court. Experience suggests that more robust procedures and guidance might be needed to ensure that this important court resource is properly utilised.

We’re passionate about every case
and delivering success for every client

“Edwards Duthie Shamash Solicitors,
your Legal experts, always here to help”

This website uses cookies and third party services. By clicking 'Accept' or continuing to use our website, you agree to our use of cookies. Accept