Our focus is you

For the firm to be successful, it is very important that everyone is encouraged and assisted to achieve their full potential. We will help you to progress and develop your career as quickly as possible and you can always count on our support.

We want you to progress through the business, fulfil your potential and have a long and successful career with us. We recognise that everyone has a valuable contribution to make to DMH Stallard in different ways and at different levels.

I started at DMHS as a Trainee Solicitor and I am now a Senior Member, managing London’s Family Team. The firm is a great place to work with fantastic career progression opportunities.

Phil Morton, Partner, Family Law

Philip Morton, Lawyer, Partner & Group Head Family London, Dispute Resolution Family, DMH Stallard

Legal roles

DMH Stallard provides a range of opportunities from Paralegals and Trainee Solicitors through to Partners and Senior Members.

Legal roles

DMH Stallard provides a range of opportunities from Paralegals and Trainee Solicitors through to Partners and Senior Members.

News and insights

Women in law

At DMH we are committed to taking time to reflect on the progress made towards gender equality and acknowledge that work still lies ahead. We are committed to supporting and empowering women within our organisation and are dedicated to creating an inclusive and supportive environment where all individuals can thrive. By working together and empowering women, we can create a more equitable and inclusive legal profession now and for future generations.

Penalties for breaching environmental legislation

Insights

An overview of the environmental regulator’s approach to the enforcement and prosecution of environmental offences which outlines the potential penalties and other implications for a businesses who breaches environmental legislation

25/02/2015

Enforcing possession orders – how not to do it

Insights

We explain how not to enforce possession orders, as shown in London Borough of Southwark -v- AA [2014] EWHC 500 (QB)

29/09/2015