Capsticks is among the high-profile BPFS firms celebrating success and looking ahead to another year of engaging young people across the West Midlands with the future of the sector. Read more on the Ahead Partnership's Growing Talent careers programme.
Joining the EM Lawshare framework in April 2022, Capsticks will become a key partner to membership organisations and work in collaboration with other legal providers to best support the public sector nationally.
Partner Neil Bhan has joined Capsticks’ employment and pensions law team. Neil brings over twenty years’ experience of advising employers, trustees and public sector bodies on all areas of pensions law.
Best Companies found that Capsticks is now an “outstanding place to work”, awarding a rating of two stars out of a possible three, with many areas already rated at Best Companies’ highest “world class” level (three stars).
We delivered all legal support on the Pears Maudsley Centre project, from funding, completion of contractual arrangements to construction. It is an exceptional example of joint working between the NHS and the education and charity sectors.
We welcomed our new Partners Mark Jarvis and Kirsty Macdonald this week. They are renowned primary care and NHS specialists, assisting providers, commissioners, GPs and dentists. Read our press release for more details on how they can support you.
Capsticks’ housing and regeneration team significantly expanded in 2021. The Chorley and Winchester offices have welcomed five new fee earners since November. Read more on how they can help your organisation.
Capsticks’ HR Advisory team has been appointed as Cumbria, Northumberland, Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust’s (CNTW) sole advisor in HR and employee relations work from January 2022 until at least 2025. Read more in our press release.
We develop talent at all levels and recognise exceptional work across the firm. Following on from 82 promotions earlier this year, two of our associates became partners this month: Suzanne Smith, Housing and Regeneration, and Dominic Ip, Clinical Claims.
Capsticks has recruited five new paralegal apprentices in the third year since launching the programme. With its varied learning format and accessibility, the programme offers an alternative route to law and greater diversity in law firms.