Tuesday, August 16, 2022

Law firm invests in the future with five new recruits

East Midlands law firm Else Solicitors has hired five new recruits to bolster its growing team.

Else, based in Burton-on-Trent and established in 2003, specialises in legal disciplines such as corporate and commercial services, dispute resolution, debt recovery, commercial property, and wills and probate.

Amongst the new recruits is David Williams. Having previously been a partner at firms across the Midlands, David brings a wealth of experience and will support Else’s clients with Company and Commercial Law matters.

Else’s Property department has been strengthened with the addition of Manpreet Ark and Caroline Major. Both join the team at a busy time for the department and bring an in-depth knowledge of property related matters.

Manpreet also has experience of human rights law and contributed to a European Commission report on the integration of human rights into EU policies on development and trade.

The Dispute Resolution department has been bolstered with the addition of Associate, Kelly Stott. Kelly comes aboard after four successful years with two commercial law firms in the Midlands. Kelly will support clients in all areas of commercial litigation.

Also joining the Dispute Resolution department is Chris Clark who has spent the past four years working as a legal executive and subsequently a solicitor in the litigation department of a national firm based in Birmingham.

The recruitment drive comes at a time where Else have restructured internally. While Chris Else remains managing partner, he has strengthened his senior management team with Finance Manager, Steve Bull, and Practice Manager, Tracey Marsh.

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