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  • Dementia Research Update: Social Interaction

    Dementia Research Update: Social Interaction

    Research involving over 800 dementia patients across 69 care homes suggests just one hour a week of social interaction can improve the quality of life for dementia patients. The recent study, led by the University of Exeter, King's College...

  • ​Cryptocurrencies: The Legal Issues

    ​Cryptocurrencies: The Legal Issues

    Cryptocurrencies are the talk of the world, some say they will evolutionise the world we live in whereas others say they are a fad. The answer to this question is one the writer cannot possibly provide. One question that can be answered is...

  • Joseph Keeping and Laura Fearnley qualify as Solicitors

    Joseph Keeping and Laura Fearnley qualify as Solicitors

    We are delighted to announce that our two Trainee Solicitors Joseph Keeping and Laura Fearnley have qualified following completion of their training contracts with the firm. Joseph and Laura both joined Clapham & Collinge in 2015 and ha...

  • ​Shared Parental Leave:

    ​Shared Parental Leave: "Share the Joy"

    Shared Parental Leave in the UK was considered a large step forward in terms of equal gender treatment in the workplace. However, the take up has only been a marginal proportion of that originally forecast.Whilst Shared Parental Leave was f...

  • ​Oxfam Scandal Affects the Whole Charity Sector

    ​Oxfam Scandal Affects the Whole Charity Sector

    The recent revelations and scandal regarding Oxfam and other charities working overseas has a direct affect upon the trust and confidence that everyone has in charities generally. Headlines such as "Oxfam Faces Day of Reckoning" on Monday 1...

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