Working together with other businesses

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At Consilia Legal we pride ourselves on our commercial awareness and our ability to grow lasting relationships with other like minded businesses. 

Consilia Legal blog regularly for Mothers Mean Business otherwise known as MMB. There are not a great deal of resources out there for working mothers and MMB is aimed at providing support, information and the odd injection of humour to those women who are balancing a home and working life. Marie Walsh and Sally Clark are two of the owners of Consilia Legal who also strive to keep the equilibrium between work and family life. Both Sally and Marie have two young children and appreciate many of the hurdles working mothers face on a day to day basis be they business owners or employees.

The Consilia Legal teams provide robust commercial and pragmatic advice at all levels with a particular focus on employment and family law and are always happy to speak to MMB followers with a view to assisting with any hurdles life may throw at them. For more information about MMB please follow this link:

Marie is also a member of BNI Highflyers View Marie's Profile for more information about the group Contact Marie

 As an organisation we are members of the Chamber of Commerce North and West Yorkshire.



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