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24/07/18 – Vacancy for a Legal Secretary / Receptionist wanted to join our award-winning team. We are seeking to hire a legal secretary / receptionist due to the retirement of a long-term member of our team. A successful candidate would represent the professional...
It is with great sadness that we announce the death of the founder of Morton’s Solicitors –Mr Stephen Morton BA (Hons).
The unlawful death of a baby/child is always an extremely traumatic act and one that shakes any society to its core. For some parents, it represents not only a deeply personal and tragic loss but the beginning of a nightmare.
We’re delighted to announce that Mortons Solicitors have won the Crime Team of the Year 2018 at tonight’s Manchester Legal Awards.
We currently have openings for both a Duty Solicitor (1yr + PQE) and for a Trainee Solicitor to join our busy criminal defence team.
Mortons Solicitors are delighted to announce that Mortons Solicitors have been shortlisted for Crime Team of the Year for The Manchester Legal Awards 2018.
A great many people are subject to restraining orders made under the Protection From Harassment Act 1997. The orders are designed to protect people from harassment and are commonly made in so-called ‘domestic violence’ cases.
As businesses prepare for Christmas, it is customary to inform clients of seasonal opening hours. For many, it will simply be a case of announcing the days on which the business will be closed, but for us, the position is a little more complicated than that.
Mortons Solicitors wish our clients a Happy Christmas and Happy New Year. Over the festive period Mortons Solicitors opening hours are as follows.
We are a busy firm of specialist criminal defence lawyers seeking to recruit an audio/legal typist. The role will involve mostly audio typing letters and other documents, receiving a channelling telephone calls and taking messages.