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Ana Azarmi is firm’s latest Trainee Solicitor

We are delighted that Ana Azarmi has accepted the position of Trainee Solicitor and joins fellow trainee Tamzin in working towards the newly launched Solicitors Qualifying Examination (SQE) to become a qualified solicitor. Ana is a graduate of the University of Essex...

Azarmi Law is a Legal 500 2023 “Firm to Watch” for Immigration

Although we have been around since 2012, this has been the first year we have made submissions to the annual round of legal directories. We appreciate that it can take a while to make it on to the researchers’ radar and so we are delighted that this year’s efforts...

Home Office announces wholesale changes to the Immigration Rules

by Sally Azarmi The Home Office has announced an overhaul of the ‘Pre-Brexit’ immigration system and introduced several new routes into the UK. This shift brings the UK’s system closer to that of Australia – the template the Government indicated it would be using...

Sally Azarmi, new chair of The Law Society’s small firms committee

05 Feb 2016

Sally Azarmi

The Law Society’s small firms committee started in 2012 when a small number of randomly selected members joined the Law Society’s small firms advisory group in to ensure the Law Society had some practitioner input into proposed changes. By 2014, solicitors with a wide range of skills, experience and viewpoints had joined and a committee appointed. In January 2015 the new committee, consisting of sole practitioners, smaller firms (two to four partners), locums and service providers working in the sector, met for the first time. Originally chaired by Paul Bennett with Sally Azarmi as Deputy, the founder of Azarmi & Co stepped up as Chair in January 2016.

You can read more about Sally’s exciting plans for 2016 as she sets out her priorities and introduces the small firms division engagement programme in this Q&A.

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