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Siobhan Foulner read Law at the University of Glasgow and was subsequently awarded a Masters degree at the University of Essex in International Human Rights. Siobhan joined the firm in 2009 as an immigration caseworker. She qualified as a solicitor … Continue reading
We are pleased to announce that four of our trainee solicitors have qualified as solicitors this month; Ashley Hughes, Francesca Brooke-Smith, Giulia Tranchina and Siobhan Foulner.
Our Position We are part of the founding family of Wilsons. Lesley now works as the practice secretary and Linda is a secretary supporting the family department. Our Week This week we have been reminiscing, as we celebrate Wilsons 25 … Continue reading
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five of thirty-eight months detention were found unlawful
Position I have worked at Wilsons since 2008. I started as a caseworker in the family department, completed my training contract with Wilsons and qualified into the Family Law department in 2011. I specialise in representing parents in care proceedings … Continue reading
We are pleased to announce that Wilsons has been awarded a Community Care contract by the Legal Aid Agency. The award reflects the continued growth and success of our Public Law department. Most Community Care cases arise when a local authority … Continue reading
Position I joined Wilson Solicitors LLP in 1990 and qualified as a solicitor in 1992. I became a partner in the firm in 1997 and specialise in immigration law. Your Week This month Ana González and I were invited by … Continue reading
Helen MacIntyre is our newest solicitor. She has been with us since 2008 initially as an immigration caseworker and then as a trainee solicitor. She completed her training contract in May and was admitted as a solicitor on 15 July 2014. … Continue reading