News

  • 22 Oct 2018

    burton copeland wear pink and raise cash for breast cancer charity

    All staff both at the office and at court had fun wearing pink and eating cakes and made cash for this extremely important charity.
  • 18 Oct 2018

    Unexplained Wealth Orders (UWO’s) - What You Need to Know

    Jonathan Wall of Burton Copeland explains what these orders are, who can apply for them, how they work and what you need to do if you receive one.
  • 24 Aug 2018

    Less than a week until burtons author book is published

    Burton Copeland are proud to have an accomplished published author amongst their team, but don’t ask us who it, we won’t tell you, it is a closely guarded secret!
  • 20 Aug 2018

    NMC Appeals: Assistance We Can Provide

    If you are a nurse or midwife whose fitness to practise has recently been found to be impaired and your name removed from the nursing register by an NMC Conduct and Competence Committee, we can assist.
  • 09 Aug 2018

    GDC requirements for CPD: Are You At Risk?

    Are you a dentist or a dental care professional (DCP) worried about fulfilling the CPD requirements set by the GDC?
  • 09 Aug 2018

    Fair Trial - Tommy Robinson

    A jury is supposed to be free of both sympathy and prejudice for the defendant. Obviously, the jury was not impartial to Tom Robinson due to his race.
  • 08 Aug 2018

    Louise Straw Talks To The Messenger About The Falling Number Of Criminal Defence Solicitors

    We saw a familiar face in The Messenger last week, as Louise Straw, one of our Managing Partners spoke about the fall in the number of criminal defence solicitors entering the industry.
  • 31 Jul 2018

    Length of GMC investigations: are things about to change?

    On 25 May 2018 the High Court handed down its judgment in relation to the appeal of the decision of the Medical practitioners Tribunal Service in relation Dr Ruth Hill.
  • 30 Jul 2018

    GPhC Pre-Registration Assessment

    As any aspiring student pharmacist will know, pre-registration trainees are required to sit the GPhC’s Pre-Registration Assessment before they are able to become a fully qualified pharmacist. The assessment has two papers and a pre-registration pharmacist is able to sit this assessment three times. If they have not passed the assessment by the third attempt, their careers in pharmacy are effectively over as the GPhC will not allow them to progress without passing the assessment.
  • 17 May 2018

    Released Under Investigation – What Does Is Mean?

    Since the 3rd April 2017 when the Policing & Crime Act 2017 came into force, most people arrested by the police and interviewed as a suspect under caution are then ‘Released Under Investigation’ (RUI).