Find out about the achievements of our wonderful staff here at Morton’s Solicitors. From articles introducing our staff, to their achievements, to their work in the community – you can find out more about our people and what makes us tick.
We are delighted that Simon and Lisa Morton have been listed as “Preeminent” in the Doyle’s Guide for Criminal Lawyers in Manchester.
Helen’s Law would see a change in parole terms that would mean murderers must reveal the whereabouts of a victim’s body before being considered for parole.
We are looking for a NQ – 2yrs qualified solicitor to join our busy team. Find out more about the role and how to apply. Read More…
A truly sad day today at Mortons Solicitors as Stewart Rees retired from his life of crime after 19 years of enthusiastic representation and service. We wish him the very best with his next endeavours.
Today we are delighted to confirm that Simon Morton, managing director of this practice has been appointed as the new President of Stockport Incorporated Law Society 1875.
Congratulations to Karl Benson on qualifying as a solicitor and being admitted to the roll of solicitors. Karl has been working hard to finally qualify as a solicitor for the past two years as a trainee, as well as increasing his Crown Court caseload and representing clients day and night at the police station
Mortons Solicitors are proud to announce the arrival of Steven McHugh who joins from another niche criminal defence practice. Steven is a heavyweight in the criminal defence arena having defended clients for over 30 years at Police Station, Magistrates & Crown Courts.
We are proud to welcome Peter Malone who joins us as an Associate Solicitor-Advocate from a Cheshire firm. Peter holds Rights of Audience in the Higher Courts and will conduct work for Mortons Solicitors at both Magistrates & Crown Courts.