Tuesday, June 28, 2022

Rotheras LLP appoints new head of business development

Rotheras LLP has appointed Marie Walls as head of business development.

Marie brings a wealth of legal and business development expertise to oversee the strategic direction of the firm’s business development activity with a view to leading the business into new areas for growth.

Marie joins Rotheras with over 27 years’ experience in the legal sector, having started out as a personal injury solicitor before moving into business development roles full time from 2008.

Her former business development roles include having spent more than two decades with Nelsons, during which time she setup the successful Fusion Referral Network, working with more than 170 law firms and businesses across the East Midlands. Prior to that Marie spent several years at Freeths. More recently she expanded her business development experience within the healthcare industry, before joining Rotheras at the beginning of May.

When asked about her appointment, Marie said: “I’m so excited to have joined Rotheras and I’m looking forward to working with the team to help to achieve the firm’s major plans for growth. I wanted to join a law firm where their values really are at the heart of everything that they do. The culture is fantastic and given that Rotheras are so client centric, it was an easy decision to join.”Commenting on the appointment, CEO Christina Yardley said: “Marie joins us with an incredible depth of experience and skills. She has a unique profile, combining legal expertise with a proven track record in business development. Marie’s broad range of experience aligns perfectly with the firm’s vision for expansion and growth, and we are absolutely thrilled to have her on board.”

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