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Welcoming a new Trainee Solicitor!

Brockbanks are pleased to welcome a new trainee solicitor to the firm. Kirsty Brough began her training contract on 31st July 2017. Kirsty obtained a First Class Honours Degree from Northumbria University in 2016, and will begin her training within the Criminal Law Department in our Workington office.

August 24th, 2017|

Fundraising for Scarlett

About Scarlett Although Scarlett now lives in Peebles, her dad is from Maryport and her mum attended a local school.  Scarlett was born in Dubai but was deprived of oxygen which resulted in her having Cerebral Palsy. What is ABR? Advanced BioMechanical Rehabilitation (ABR) is a unique, rehabilitative, home based therapy that is primarily used [...]

July 14th, 2017|

Holly Berwick begins Training Contract with Brockbanks

On July 3rd 2017, Holly Berwick begins her Training Contact with the firm. Holly has worked for us since 2015, having progressed from legal secretary to Paralegal within our Dispute Resolution department. Holly has recently finished her Legal Practice Course and is due to qualify in January 2019.

July 1st, 2017|

Carlisle Criminal Law Department now open

Following a successful tender, as of 1st April we will now be offering Criminal Law services in Carlisle. Our new office on English Street is close to the Courts for convenience and has interview facilities should you prefer to meet us away from the Magistrates or Crown court for your appointment. For more information, please [...]

April 4th, 2017|

Criminal Law Department Rated “Excellent” by Legal Aid Agency

The Legal Aid Agency review of Brockbanks’s work in Crime took place at our Workington office on 11th & 12th March 2017.  The review commended us on how detailed and informative our Client letters were and found that "all clients were written to regularly and kept informed of all important developments in their cases". The independent [...]

March 22nd, 2017|

Queen’s speech: bill of rights revived

The Conservatives’ British Bill of Rights is firmly back on the political agenda following the Queen’s speech http://www.lawgazette.co.uk/news/queens-speech-bill-of-rights-revived/5055353.article

May 19th, 2016|