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Responsible Business

Kingsley Napley is committed to being a responsible business both in the way that it is managed and in how we deliver client service.

LGBTQ and allies network

Our LGBTQ+ and Allies network was established in 2012 and is an active and engaging sub-group of Kingsley Napley's Diversity and Inclusion group.

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Kirsty Allen

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Medical Negligence & Personal Injury

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Youth Crime - FAQs

Applying the law to children and young people is a specialist area of law. We set out the frequently asked questions in relation to youth crime and justice, which we are often asked by parents when their child has been accused of a criminal offence.

Criminal Defence and Police Investigations

From police station representation and advice to restraint and confiscation proceedings, we are proactive in achieving the best outcomes.

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Surgical negligence – Settled for £150,000

Surgical negligence claim - settled for £775,000

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C5 notices: a dangerous new tool - Áine Kervick writes for The Law Society Gazette

Default retirement age scrapped allowing people to work beyond 65

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Sentences for young people should take account of their maturity

On the cliff edge: Do we need formal sentencing guidelines for ‘young adults’?

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Westminster Higher Education Forum policy conference

Central Law Training - Employment Law Conference

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Theresa May inquiry

Mind the gap – Kingsley Napley reflect on the gender pay gap for International Women’s Day

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Regulatory and Professional Discipline Recruitment

Immigration Recruitment

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Legal Roundtable: We ARE the law

Family Law in England and Wales

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