January ArtWalk – “Vivid Seeing” by Angie de Courcy Bower and Bill Winder with readings by Michael Yates of the Black Horse Poets

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Jordans Solicitors are participating in the January ArtWalk. The ArtWalk takes places every two months in Wakefield, allowing local artists the opportunity to showcase their work at a variety of venues around Wakefield. Jordans Solicitors have proudly been a participating venue of the ArtWalk since 2008. The next ArtWalk will take place on Wednesday 25th January…

Jordans Solicitors Donates to Food Banks

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Jordans Solicitors have donated food to food banks in Dewsbury and Wakefield. As we all know, Christmas is an expensive time of year.  The majority of us are lucky enough to have a happy, healthy Christmas with friends and family, with a warm home and enough food to satisfy us. Unfortunately however, as is clear…

Jordans Solicitors Debating Competition Final 2016

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The 5th annual Jordans Solicitors Schools and Sixth Form Debating Competition came to a conclusion on 6th December 2016 with first time entrants Outwood Grange Academy winning first place and St John Fisher Catholic Voluntary Academy (also first time entrants) as the runners-up. The final was hosted by the Hepworth Gallery in Wakefield and commencing…

November ArtWalk – Art & History with Edwin and Kathleen Hirst

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Jordans Solicitors are participating in the November ArtWalk. The ArtWalk takes places every two months in Wakefield, allowing artists the opportunity to showcase their work at a variety of venues around Wakefield. Jordans Solicitors have proudly been a participating venue of the ArtWalk since 2008. The next ArtWalk will take place on Wednesday 30th November 2016,…

Why should you choose Jordans?

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Jordans Solicitors might not be the biggest firm, but we’re here to give you a few reasons as to why we’re the best and why we always ensure our client’s needs are our first and foremost priority. We know that when you have to get the help of a solicitor, generally, it’s not for a…

Long term absence and your rights

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Being ill at work can often cause severe problems, therefore its essential that both you and your employers know the law around it. Short term absence Being ill is obviously an unavoidable feeling that we all go through in life from time to time, therefore by law you are legally allowed to self-certify your illness…

The Impact of Brexit on Employment Law

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Following Britain’s decision to leave the European Union in June, earlier this year, many are now interested to see the impact on employment law. With so many laws and legislation affecting British workers deriving from the EU, it will be without a doubt interesting to see which will survive. Working Regulations EU law heavily impacts…

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September ArtWalk – Helen Parry of ‘Art to Life’

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Jordans Solicitors are participating in the September ArtWalk. The ArtWalk takes places every two months in Wakefield, allowing artists the opportunity to showcase their work at a variety of venues around Wakefield. Jordans Solicitors have proudly been a participating venue of the ArtWalk since 2008. The next ArtWalk will take place on Wednesday 28th September…

Bank of England cuts base rates

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The Bank of England has finally announced a 0.25% cut in interest base rates this month. The cut is the first in 7 years, taking the base rate to a historically low level. The Bank of England has taken this decision as a result of concerns that the UK’s economy has stopped growing following the…

Jordans Solicitors partners with Voices in the Middle

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Jordans Solicitors have partnered with Voices in the Middle, a charity that has developed the only website for the children of separating families in the UK. The website aims to give young people a voice when going through family separations, and doubles as a place where other young people can learn from the experiences of…