hlw Keeble Hawson is further boosting its commercial and private client teams across offices in Sheffield, Leeds and Doncaster with the appointment of seven trainee solicitors.
In Sheffield James Redshaw joins the employment team, Emily King is working in the residential conveyancing department, Chris Thornton is based in the claimant personal injury department and Sherelle O’Brien joins the private client team.
Chris Dalby takes up a role in clinical negligence headed by partner Janet Baker who has been awarded a tier 1 ranking in the latest Chambers legal guide – with Shazad Yasser and Richard Barrett joining the corporate teams at the firm’s Leeds and Doncaster offices respectively.
Partner Giles Searby said: “As a firm we are proud of our strong reputation and commitment to recruiting, training and developing talent across all levels – and I’m confident that our new trainees will make a significant contribution to our future achievements and growth. I wish them every success during this formative period in their careers.”
The developments follow a raft of appointments in recent months which include the firm taking on four newly qualified solicitors after completing their training contracts – and promoting seven new associates.
hlw Keeble Hawson is acknowledged as a leading player in the latest Legal 500 – with19 lawyers recommended across both its commercial and private client practice areas.