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Criminal law solicitors Newcastle

Criminal law solicitors Newcastle


Criminal law solicitors Newcastle

Sara Clasper is a Criminal Law solicitor (http://www.beechampeacock.co.uk/criminal-law/) in our Criminal law Department here at Beecham Peacock, Newcastle Upon Tyne. Speak to our Criminal Lawyers at Beecham Peacock on 0191 232 3048 for free help and advice.

In this video Sara Clasper explains to us how criminal law cases can take any length of time between hours, months or even years depending on the severity or complications involved. Once the case has reached court we can give you a clearer estimate of how long we anticipate it will take and give you advice on what to expect.

At the police station our representation is completely free of charge no matter the time, day or night.

Criminal Law-Drink Driving
As we approach the festive season of office Christmas parties and celebrations, it is a common occurrence for people to drink late and forget about the lasting effects when driving the following day. You should bear in mind that if you have consumed a large amount of alcohol until late night/early morning, you are unlikely to be under the legal drink drive limit the following morning.
Unsurprisingly, the police are acutely aware of this ‘issue’. During the festive period, (and for that matter, any other period), you may well find yourself the subject of the attention of the boys in blue in the morning. Don’t risk it – plan ahead.

If you have a court date relating to criminal law, come and see us. We can apply for Legal Aid to represent you in court, and if you don’t qualify for public funding, we can discuss a fixed fee.

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How to become a solicitor via the apprenticeship route

How to become a solicitor via the apprenticeship route


Due to the ever increasing cost of university Hannah began researching other routes to becoming a lawyer.

She discovered the apprenticeship route with LCF Law and in this video she shares her experiences with us.

LCF have always believed that law should be simple, affordable and accessible.

Call them on 01274 848 800 for more advice and help. Alternatively why not visit them at http://lcf.co.uk or drop them an email at hi@lcf.co.uk

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Transcript:

I began researching the different routes available to becoming a lawyer due to the ever increasing cost of university.

As an apprenticeship with LCF Law provides practical hands-on experience as well as a recognised qualification I decided that this was the best route in the legal profession for me.

Not only that but LCF pay me a wage.

During the initial few months I was taking on mostly administrative tasks such as filing archiving and opening files.

However as my apprenticeship progressed I began completing legal tasks such as research drafting documents and corresponding with clients and other third parties such as the court.

Over the past year and a half I’ve managed to complete my level 3 apprenticeship eight months ahead of schedule and now I have various options available to help me progress.

For example I could opt to become a qualified legal executive or alternatively complete the new solicitor apprenticeship to qualifies as a solicitor after six years.

One of the things that I really enjoy doing is working with the solicitors on client files.

There is a certain rush in following a case from start to finish and preparing documents that you know could end up in front of a judge who will make a decision based upon the information that you provide.

The good thing about doing an apprenticeship with LCF is that I have support and encouragement from my supervisor

I also have an external training provider with whom I have monthly progress meetings with and am able to phone or email with questions about the course work

I have learned so much whilst at LCF Law.

I have no doubt that I made the right choice in choosing an apprenticeship at LCF and would recommend that if you want to get into the legal world that this is an excellent option.

How to become a solicitor via the apprenticeship route.

How to become a solicitor via the apprenticeship route.


Due to the ever increasing cost of university Hannah began researching other routes to becoming a lawyer.

She discovered the apprenticeship route with LCF Law and in this video she shares her experiences with us.

We’ve always believed that law should be simple, affordable and accessible.

Call us on 01274 848 800 for more advice and help. Alternatively why not visit us at http://lcf.co.uk or drop us an email at hi@lcf.co.uk

Transcript:

I began researching the different routes available to becoming a lawyer due to the ever increasing cost of university.

As an apprenticeship with LCF Law provides practical hands-on experience as well as a recognised qualification I decided that this was the best route in the legal profession for me.

Not only that but LCF pay me a wage.

During the initial few months I was taking on mostly administrative tasks such as filing archiving and opening files.

However as my apprenticeship progressed I began completing legal tasks such as research drafting documents and corresponding with clients and other third parties such as the court.

Over the past year and a half I’ve managed to complete my level 3 apprenticeship eight months ahead of schedule and now I have various options available to help me progress.

For example I could opt to become a qualified legal executive or alternatively complete the new solicitor apprenticeship to qualifies as a solicitor after six years.

One of the things that I really enjoy doing is working with the solicitors on client files.

There is a certain rush in following a case from start to finish and preparing documents that you know could end up in front of a judge who will make a decision based upon the information that you provide.

The good thing about doing an apprenticeship with LCF is that I have support and encouragement from my supervisor

I also have an external training provider with whom I have monthly progress meetings with and am able to phone or email with questions about the course work

I have learned so much whilst at LCF Law.

I have no doubt that I made the right choice in choosing an apprenticeship at LCF and would recommend that if you want to get into the legal world that this is an excellent option.