Irwin Mitchell pays out thousands to shareholders in first dividend for a year

Former partners continue to benefit from shares in firm's parent company

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Irwin Mitchell has paid out thousands of pounds in its first dividend to shareholders since February last year, as both current and former partners continue to benefit from shares handed out after the firm’s 2011 corporate restructuring.

In a letter to shareholders sent on 23 February, seen by Legal Week, the firm has announced that it will pay an interim dividend of 1.25p per share for the half year to 31 October 2016.

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