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As a result of the agreement Anthony Collins Solicitors will sponsor the SLCNG’s Midlands Region from 01 September 2014.
The agreement will provide SLCNG with access to expert legal practitioners with a proven track record in antisocial behaviour practice and directly benefit members in the region via, for example, expert briefings on key issues and training events.
Roger Griffiths, Chair of the SLCNG Board said: “We have had a very positive relationship with Anthony Collins over many years and look forward to developing that further for the benefit of SLCNG members.”
Helen Tucker, Partner at Anthony Collins Solicitors, said “this next year is one of major change for those tackling ASB. We are delighted to be able to support and work alongside the SLCNG as we all navigate our way together through these new developments”.
This article was first written by the SLCNG. To see the original news item, please click on the link: http://www.slcng.org.uk/news/912
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