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Louise Maynard, Senior Associate Every day invariably involves a client meeting whether about a complex case in person or a settlement agreement advising remotely. In between, I will be taking calls from solicitors or my clients progressing their matters. My… Read on
Yeing-Lang Chong, Partner My daily wake-up call generally comes from my baby daughter chatting to herself or to the dozens of soft toys lying in her cot. Being organised and time keeping is crucial from this point onwards, as I… Read on
Nick Ashdown, Finance Manager I start the day by checking my emails and respond as appropriate to queries from clients and suppliers. This also generates a variety of tasks which I will action later in the day as part of… Read on
Philip Luff, Associate I start my Friday morning with a trip to central London to attend a breakfast networking meeting. This is something that Springhouse encourages and funds, enabling me to develop personally and improve my networking skills. After the… Read on
Sam Weatherley, Practice Assistant Can you tell us how/why you got into employment law industry? I’ve always had an interest in employment law, ever since my dad became a union rep at his company. I’ve seen first hand how companies… Read on
If you are an employment solicitor ready to find your next opportunity, here are five reasons why you should think about joining this rapidly growing boutique firm. Benchmark them against your current job! 1: Opportunities to grow This employment law… Read on
The legal landscape is evolving. Traditional career models, are no longer the most obvious choice for employment lawyers. Consultancy work especially with the larger consultancy ‘houses’ such as Keystone Law, Setfords Solicitors or Excello Law is becoming more and more… Read on
Deciding which kind of employment law firm you want to work for? Here’s why we think that you should choose one that has a limited company business model based on entrepreneurialism, like Springhouse, rather than one that has a partnership-based… Read on
Employment law is a relatively small field, and fewer than 5% of solicitors specialise in it. So why choose to be an employment solicitor? Here are five reasons why we think you should. You will be intellectually stimulated. The… Read on
Springhouse is redrawing the employment law landscape by revolutionising the way employment solicitors work. Through our network of micro-offices and online services, we are disrupting the status quo by giving our solicitors unparalleled autonomy and flexibility to make employment law… Read on