Toni Ryder-McMullin

Toni is the Media Officer for Today’s Conveyancer, Today’s Wills & Probate and Today's Family Lawyer.

I worked for a law firm for 16 years, during my time at the firm I worked as a company commercial legal secretary for 7 years but changed careers and moved into marketing for the remaining 9 years – where I covered all aspects of marketing.

While in the marketing role, I achieved a CIM Professional Certificate in Marketing and CAM Diploma in Digital Marketing.

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Lawrence Stephens launches family law practice

Leading commercial law firm Lawrence Stephens has expanded its offering to meet growing demand from clients requiring family law expertise. The newly created department will provide advice and services on a full range of family law matters including international and domestic divorces; dissolution of civil partnerships; pre-and post-nuptial agreements; financial claims and settlements; cohabitation agreements; […]Read More

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Solicitors’ leader welcomed SRA’s diverse draft business plan and budget

Solicitors’ leaders today welcomed the Solicitors Regulation Authority’s (SRA) draft 2021-2022 business plan and budget, which will focus on anti-money laundering (AML), diversity, inclusion, technology and innovation. Law Society of England and Wales president I. Stephanie Boyce said: “We are pleased to see the SRA prioritising its work and resources on its core regulatory function […]Read More

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Movers and Shakers – 14th May

Here at Today’s Family Lawyer, we wanted to share with you the good news we’ve had within in the industry of professionals joining firms and those who have moved up the promotional ladder. This week we’ve seen the following announcement with regards to appointments and promotions…… Further expansion for Simpson Millar Family Law team with […]Read More

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Cafcass seek external members for Research Advisory Committee

Cafcass is looking for additional external members with significant experience in family justice research to join its Research Advisory Committee. The committee is responsible for reviewing and providing advice to Cafcass on external and internal research applications that are looking for access to our case-related data, or are interested in speaking to Cafcass staff and/or […]Read More

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