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LGBTQ and allies network

Kingsley Napley is committed to bringing colleagues and allies together in a shared aim of creating an LGBTQ+ inclusive workplace and community, where we can all reach our full potential without fear of discrimination.

Trainee Open Day

Our open days are a relaxed and informal way for you to learn more about what makes Kingsley Napley special, and why we have been voted the best law firm in London to work for the past five years in a row.

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Brexit - What EU citizens living in the UK need to know

In December 2017 the UK and the EU reached an agreement in principle on the rights of EU citizens living in the UK. What should EU citizens who have made the UK their home now be doing?


The vote in favour of the UK leaving the European Union has created uncertainty and given rise to a lot of unanswered questions.

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Rights of Light Disputes

Section 236 interviews and document requests

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Brexit: Further clarification on the rights of EU citizens living in the UK

Brexit - UK government concedes on EU migrants' residency rights during Brexit transition (part 2)

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Brexit, employment law and mobility – preparing for NOW

St Patrick was a Welsh expat - and London Irish are still special!

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Brexit webinar on Thursday 14 November at 9am GMT / 10am CET - British citizens in France and EU citizens in the UK

The 3rd UK Financial Services Brexit and Beyond Summit

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The EU Settlement Scheme - a guide for EU citizens living in the UK

Flying visits? Challenges for UK lawyers working in the EU post Brexit - Ireland

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Brexit and Family Law

Brexit and EU citizens in the UK

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