Established law firm Peter Lynn & Partners is proud to announce a new addition to their growing team.
Ian Walker has joined Peter Lynn & Partners and after working at Hutchinson Thomas-Neath and fellow Swansea legal practice Smith Llewelyn Partnership, the appointment is certain to bring added knowledge and experience to the wider company.
As an experienced legal professional Ian passionately practices non-contentious probate and conveyancing, and strongly believes that a ‘stiff upper lip’ has no place in law, especially during the difficult and stressful times encountered by clients such as divorce, employment problems and property.
Ian is also the founder of Legal Management Training, a training company that provides progressive, accredited training for lawyers, solicitors, partners and support staff. His company aims to enhance community and customer service to ensure the legal services offered to both commercial and private clients are of the highest standard.
It was Legal Management Training’s vision that…
Swansea band Who’s Molly? are currently gearing up for their homecoming gig at the Grand Theatre in August.
The live event, which takes place on Saturday 9th August in the theatre’s Arts Wing, is made possible by leading PR and marketing agency Social Jack & Fridays.
It is also sponsored by legal firm Peter Lynn & Partners, Apple Blossom Art and hotel and restaurant Norton House. With thanks also to Arts funders 100 Voices.
Fans will be pleased to hear that there are still a limited number of tickets still available.
Lead singer, pop star and songwriter Karl Morgan is no stranger to…
Since the abolition of the Agricultural Wages Board for England and Wales in 2013, the regulation of agricultural wages in Wales, including the setting of minimum levels of pay for farm workers, has been fraught with conflict.
Now the Supreme Court has come to a decision that will affect agricultural workers throughout Wales; established law firm Peter Lynn & Partners commented on how the regulation of agricultural wages is changing.
“Following its abolition, the Welsh Assembly government sought to introduce its own legislation dealing with this matter via the Agricultural Sector (Wales) Bill. However, conflict quickly arose due to confusion surrounding…
Leading legal firm Peter Lynn & Partners has showed yet more community spirit after announcing its sponsorship of the under-15s Gowerton RFC Girls team.
The team was founded just this year and after a chance meeting at their latest training session the Swansea-based legal eagles have pledged their support.
Gowerton RFC Girls team has grown week on week since their first training session in April 2014 and now has a 20 members. With leadership from head coach Dave Graham-Woolard and assistant coach Andrew Daniel, the team is set to take the junior league by storm.
“The team came about this year because…
Leading South Wales legal firm Peter Lynn and Partners has shown their support for the local sporting community by sponsoring Gowerton Cricket Club.
The sponsorship will support the local cricket club during the upcoming season as the team look to progress up the early season South Wales Premier League table.
“We are proud supporters of all levels of cricket in Swansea and we are delighted to support Gowerton Cricket Club and wish them the very best of luck for the upcoming season,” said Peter Lynn, partner at the Swansea-based solicitors.
Chairman Bruce Roberts added, “We are very grateful to Peter Lynn and…
A Beach Rugby tournament has received support from the local business community. Swansea-based legal firm Peter Lynn & Partners has become one of the annual event’s key sponsors and will take pride of place on Beach Rugby Wales’ official jerseys.
The event, which takes place on Saturday 26th July in Swansea Bay, will see a host of rugby teams from across Wales go head-to-head. They’ll be plenty of famous faces there too as the male and female teams include current and former rugby internationals.
The event is run by a team of local rugby enthusiasts and relies on support from businesses…