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A special centenary


2019 is a special year for all women lawyers (and women in other professions ) in that it marks 100 years since the passing of the Sex Disqualification (Removal ) Act 1919.

What would you like to see happen in 2019?

What would you like to see happen in 2019?


As this is our first blog of 2019 I would like, on behalf of the Partners and staff at Jacksons Law Firm, to wish you a happy new year and all the best for 2019.

Review of 2018

Review of 2018


It is that time of year when, as we come to the festive season, we look back on the year. The usual television programmes will start soon reviewing the news, the music, the sport and the funny events of the year.

The Launch of ‘Life Cycle of a Lease’ workshops 2019


As a commercial property solicitor, the work which I encounter is varied ranging from sales and purchases of commercial premises, refinancing of property portfolios or option agreements for development.

‘Tis the Season of the Office Christmas Party

‘Tis the Season of the Office Christmas Party


The ‘Office Christmas Party’ can leave employers and employees feeling like the Grinch or Scrooge and while events will not be as ridiculous as those in the eponymous Hollywood film, the occasion and aftermath can quickly complicate matters in the workplace.

Do they know it’s Christmas time ?

Do they know it’s Christmas time ?


The festive season is almost upon us!  It traditionally provides us with a wealth of media showing happy extended families enjoying jolly get-togethers around a sumptuous roast.

Stamp Duty Reform 2018


The October budget introduced a correction to the previous year where first time buyers of shared-ownership properties seemed to be forgotten about.

We Will Remember Them

We Will Remember Them


This is a really special week and it is not because it was Bonfire Night on Monday or because Jacksons new practice management system has gone live but because at 11am on Sunday it is 100 years since the guns fell silent at the end of World War One.

Guy Fawkes Night


Fireworks and bonfires are used around the world to celebrate specific events and in Great Britain we celebrate Guy Fawkes Night on 5th November.  It commemorates the events of 5th November 1605 when Guy Fawkes was arrested whilst guarding the explosives planted below the House of Lords.

What to do with an extra hour?


Every year, since 1916 in this country, we have turned our clocks back in the autumn and forward in the spring. This ritual, designed to make better use of daylight and to improve productivity, is a bi-annual talking point when we consider losing or gaining an hours sleep.

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