Cleaver Fulton Rankin has become the first law firm in Northern Ireland to complete the British Heart Foundation’s RevivR CPR training. The training was organised by the firm's responsible business group and delivered using the RevivR online training platform, with the assistance of Adele Harr
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Belfast-based Cleaver Fulton Rankin has appointed Florence Smith as an associate director in the firm's growing employment and immigration department. Ms Smith brings over 14 years' experience in employment law and joins a team which now boasts six experts in Northern Ireland employment and immigrat
Belfast-based Cleaver Fulton Rankin has been shortlisted for two awards at the Belfast Telegraph Business Awards 2023. The firm has made the final shortlist for Outstanding Commitment to ESG, a category that shines a light on businesses who have shown a commitment to sustainable business practices a
Cleaver Fulton Rankin’s HR director Kerri Bradley has received Chartered Fellow recognition from the CIPD Northern Ireland. This recognition is awarded to people professionals who combine strategic insight and people expertise with commercial acumen to change the way organisations think about
Belfast-based Cleaver Fulton Rankin has retained its prestigious Investors in People accreditation. Investors in People is an international standard for people management, defining what is required to effectively lead, support and manage people to achieve sustainable results.
Belfast-based Cleaver Fulton Rankin has launched a new digital skills programme aimed at helping its lawyers learn a range of key business skills. The new programme covers IT, legal technology, marketing and business development, with courses offered at beginner, intermediate and advanced levels.
Suzanne Keenan, director in Belfast-based Cleaver Fulton Rankin's employment and immigration team, has been named as a finalist in the Women in Business NI Awards 2023. Ms Keenan has been shortlisted for the ‘Best in Professional Services’ Award, which recognises an individual who goes a
Belfast-based Cleaver Fulton Rankin has launched its new diversity and inclusion strategy at a staff party which highlighted its progress over recent years. Guest speaker Emma Lyttle from Diversity Mark was at the event to communicate the importance of equality, diversity and inclusion, recognising
Belfast-based Cleaver Fulton Rankin has appointed five new trainee solicitors in its latest trainee recruitment round. The intake includes three former paralegals from its team — Ashleigh Wilson, Melissa Ruddock and Laura Armstrong — in addition to newcomers Kaitlyn McCaw and Hannah
Cleaver Fulton Rankin has welcomed the appointment of director Stuart Sproule. Mr Sproule joins the firm from Danske Bank, where he spent four years as its in-house legal counsel.
Pictured (left–right): Shannon Clarke, Rachael Gamble, Brendan Martyn, Gerald Bradley, Anna McClimonds
Nathan Campbell and Laura Gooding of Cleaver Fulton Rankin consider a recent court ruling on nationality. In a previous article, we covered the case of Re Ní Chuinneagain where the High Court did not accept that the conferral of British citizenship on the applicant, who was born in Northern I
Belfast-based Cleaver Fulton Rankin has published its latest responsible business report, setting out its work over the past year including the launch of a new ESG Hub. The firm's four areas of focus are the environment, clients, people and community, and its responsible business strategy is also al
Belfast lawyer Michael Graham, head of private client and director at Cleaver Fulton Rankin, has been elected to the global governing body of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP). As all-Ireland member for STEP's global council, Mr Graham will represent members of the Irish branches
Belfast-based Cleaver Fulton Rankin has named Patrick O'Hanlon and Stuart Sproule as directors in its real estate and corporate and commercial departments. Mr O'Hanlon joins the real estate team after several years working with a national law firm. He commenced his career in the construction sector