Saturday, June 6, 2020

Leicestershire law firm strengthens corporate and commercial property teams

One of Leicestershire’s largest law firms has expanded by taking on two new members of staff. Bray & Bray has taken on the new recruits as part of an expansion of its corporate and commercial property teams at its Leicester city centre office.

Ellie Reynolds is the latest addition to Bray & Bray’s corporate team, which has been led by senior partner Tim Gladdle for over 20 years. The corporate team specialises in transactions throughout the UK and is supported by specialist commercial litigation, commercial property and business regulatory departments.

Reynolds, who received a first-class honours degree in Law and a Distinction in her Legal Practice Course (LPC), said: “I’ve lived in Leicestershire all my life and therefore have long been aware of the excellent reputation that Bray & Bray has – not just in this county, but nationwide. When an opportunity came up to join the corporate team, I jumped at the chance. I am thoroughly enjoying working for such a successful law firm, with such a long-standing history in my home town”.

Sarah Moxon has joined Bray & Bray’s commercial property team and will also be based at the Leicester head office. Moxon was brought in from another large regional firm.

She said: “I wanted to develop my career in commercial property at a firm with access to a broad spectrum of work, allowing me to learn and progress.

“It was also important for me to find a firm with an excellent reputation, to ensure that I continue to be exposed to quality work. I feel that Bray & Bray embodies this balance and I am looking forward to building my career within the team and wider firm”.

Senior partner Tim Gladdle added: “Bray & Bray has had a strong commercial presence in the Midlands region and beyond for well over a hundred years now. I believe that it is the approach that we take which keeps us at the forefront of our clients’ minds for corporate and commercial property matters. Both Ellie and Sarah are great additions to our team”.

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