21st February 2017
On 9th February, an annual children’s conference took place in Bristol, held by St. Johns Chambers which is designed to update lawyers and the legal profession on a wide range of topical issues regarding their professional lives.
DNA legal were invited to provide a detailed talk on the new critical updates in the field of forensic toxicology, including an update on the importance of drug and alcohol testing in the family court. St John's... Read More
5th December 2016
Last week, DNA Legal’s forensic toxicologist, Dr. Salah E. Breidi was invited by The Rotary Club in Frome, Somerset to give an insight of forensic science to the local community. The Rotary Club is a charity based in Frome that works with different international communities to bring people together creating a positive, long-lasting change in communities around the world.
The main topic discussed during the afternoon was Death Estimation... Read More
26th October 2016
DNA Worldwide recently won the Somerset Business of The Year award (26-50 staff) and the Marketing & Promotion of The Year Award for DNA Legal. Friday night was a remarkable testament to all the many people we work with who have made this win possible.
Hannah Morden, Marketing Director comments:
‘Picking up both of these awards is a great confirmation of where our business is going. We were up against some amazing finalists, and... Read More
6th June 2016
Over the past 12 Months, DNA Legal (part of DNA Worldwide Group) has been building on its foundation of putting people and relationships first. Today we have a passionate and strong team that is truly supporting individuals to reach a point of truth in their lives.
With DNA Legal we bring a responsibility to family and work life providing testing and support services to courts, social services and registration bodies.
As a... Read More
17th February 2015
The story of drawn out courtroom battles, where parties are unable to afford DNA testing and establish paternity, has been commonplace in courtrooms across the country.
From September 2015 that will all change as Judges will have the power and funding to order DNA Testing. Justice Minister Simon Hughes said “Unambiguous and conclusive DNA Tests will prove parentage and help to end acrimonious and embarrassing court battles."
The... Read More