As the Jonathan Lea Network continues to grow, we are excited to announce another new team member has joined the retained team at our head office in Haywards Heath. Last week we welcomed Sarah Lungley as a full time paralegal.Read More »
This week we are excited to announce that Miri Finch, an excellent and renowned researcher and copywriter in her field, has joined our consultant team as a Legal Assistant (Non-Solicitor).
Miri has been appointed to this role to help our team deal with several cases we’ve been attracting that relate to infringements on people’s civil liberties as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic. Much of the existing legal world either has not yet had time to understand the new regulations, or does understand them, but has little sympathy with people who want to challenge them.Read More »
At the Jonathan Lea Network we are always looking for ways to get involved with and support our local community.
Given several of the team have children at local schools and with this year’s Children’s Mental Health Week theme of ‘Express Yourself’, this month we were delighted to be able to provide a wealth of optimistic and enlightening new books to two local primary schools, Bolnore Village Primary and Warden Park Primary Academy.Read More »
The United Kingdom Medical Freedom Alliance (UKMFA), Lawyers for Liberty and The Workers Union of England have published an open letter to employers who are demanding Covid-19 Vaccination of Employees. Employees and potential employees are able to share this letter with employers who are proposing to mandate Covid-19 vaccines on their employees.Read More »
As common as it is to say “don’t judge a book by its cover,” websites are subject to an extreme level of snap judgements that immediately influence perceptions of credibility. Whatever impression people get of our website visually, it doesn’t tell the whole story in terms of how popular and successful it is.
We recently thought we’d better check on Google analytics to see how well our site is performing given it had been at least a year since we’d last delved into this data.Read More »
Jonathan Lea was invited to attend a roundtable discussion, hosted by Maarten Hoffmann, with other leading business people on The Future of Work, and what it means for employers and employees – especially once lockdown eases and ends.Read More »
A friend of Jonathan’s, Marcus Warry, runs a boxing gym in a deprived ‘ghetto’ area of Kampala in Uganda called Gloves & Glory, which has become a popular and important part of the local community, helping to keep the youth active and disciplined.Read More »
What a strange year! 2020 was not without its challenges, but overall it was a positive period of growth for our business. We still achieved the majority of our objectives, including retaining our key clients, winning many new ones and developing and growing the team.Read More »
We are pleased to announce that Fiji Sapara has joined our retained team at our head office in Haywards Heath as a paralegal.
Fiji is another one of our two-week work experience placement students who impressed us and we are thrilled to offer her a full-time paralegal role. We expect Fiji will play a key role in supporting the whole team and we hope she can stay and develop with us over the long term.Read More »
We are delighted to announce that Simon Porter, a senior corporate solicitor with over 30 years of experience, has joined the retained team in our Haywards Heath office.
Despite the ongoing economic restrictions imposed by the government and the impact this has had on businesses, our firm has still managed to keep growing and recruiting new team members throughout the year. This latest hire should further enhance our service offering and aid our ambitious growth plans next year.Read More »