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Liam is sold on move to LCF Residential

Experienced residential property conveyancer, Liam Gray, has been appointed at LCF Residential, following a record period of growth at the conveyancing arm of Yorkshire law firm, LCF Law. Liam has worked in the legal industry since 2009 and joins from a Leeds-based law firm where was conveyancing manager. He has nine

Law firm Gordons expands property disputes team with new hire

Yorkshire law firm Gordons has expanded its property disputes team with the appointment of an experienced solicitor. Sarah Coates-Madden joins Gordons from Bhayani Law where she built a litigation department from scratch to service the needs of clients across property, civil and commercial litigation issues. With 15 years’ property disputes experience, Sarah

Switalskis group appoints non-executive director

Former Clydesdale and Yorkshire Bank’s UK head of professional services sector, Sue Carter, has joined Switalskis Solicitors as a non-executive director. After 40 years working in the banking and professional services sectors, Sue set up her consultancy business, Consult Sue Carter, in January this year. During her banking career, she spent

Legal director joins Clarion’s business restructuring and insolvency team

Clarion’s 14-strong business restructuring and insolvency practice is continuing to grow with the appointment of Victoria Kay as legal director. With experience working for leading regional and national law firms, Victoria has a strong track record in all aspects of corporate restructuring and insolvency matters. Her expertise includes acting on both bank-led

Yorkshire law firm Gordons appoints head of regulatory

An experienced solicitor specialising in business regulatory, crime and misconduct matters has joined Yorkshire law firm Gordons as its head of regulatory. Peter Hampson was previously at law firm Rradar where he was a business crime and regulation solicitor and has more than nine years’ post-qualification experience. Peter has represented individuals and

Clarion marks Apprenticeship Week with first apprentice to qualify as a paralegal

As Yorkshire marks the 14th annual National Apprenticeship Week, Leeds law firm Clarion is celebrating 22-year-old Casey McGregor becoming the first person to complete her paralegal apprenticeship with the firm; she is now a qualified paralegal, specialising in Court of Protection Costs work. Casey joined Clarion’s Costs and Litigation Funding team