Lawrope

Lawrope International Group of Lawyers

Boyes Turner is a member of the Lawrope International Group of Lawyers. 

Lawrope is an intergrated organisation of leading independant mid-sized business law firms headquartered in Brussels, Belguim, concentrating on both domestic and cross-border matters and working together to provide seamless client-focused international services. Lawrope member firms based in Europe and the Americas. 

For more information, please contact Mark Blunden or visit Lawrope's website.

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As the coronavirus continues to create significant challenges for families and businesses, we want to reassure our clients of the steps that Boyes Turner have taken in order to continue to provide a high level of client service.

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Interested in investing in Spain’s real estate market?

On the 25th of April, AGM Abogados, the Spanish members of Lawrope joined Boyes Turner to deliver a webinar on the real estate market in Spain, highlighting how the market works, as well as trends and opportunities that exist for investors.

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future events

Accredited Adult Mental Health First Aid Champion Training Course - POSTPONED

28/04/2020 - EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT AVAILABLE UNTIL 27 MARCH 2020: One-day Adult Accredited Mental Health First Aid Champion course, run by Libby Morley RGN OHA (Dip), Owner of Mindshift Consultancy and Associate Trainer with MHFA England.

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Webinar: Financial Wellbeing with Billy Moss of Beaufort Financial

30/04/2020 - Learn how employers can support their people through financial wellbeing.

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HR Masterclass 2020 - POSTPONED

13/05/2020 - THIS EVENT IS NOW POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE - Boyes Turner's HR Masterclass is back for 2020! Designed for those who are new to HR, in junior roles, returning to a career in HR or who simply want a refresher.

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award winning law firm

Boyes Turner are proud to have received the following awards and recognition.

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