hlw Keeble Hawson Hires Four Lawyers After Successful Training Contracts

16th October 2015

hlw Keeble Hawson is further strengthening its commercial and private client teams with the appointment of four newly qualified solicitors.

The lawyers, now on board permanently after joining as trainees in 2013, are Claire Darwood who joins the commercial property department, Henry Hill who works with the corporate team, Charlotte Ollerenshaw who takes up a role with the litigation and dispute resolution department - and Ruth Tucker who joins the clinical negligence team. One of Yorkshire's largest law firms which has offices in Leeds, Leeds, Sheffield and Doncaster, hlw Keeble Hawson has also recently appointed seven new associates and a new partner. Acknowledged in the latest Legal 500 for its success across 17 practice areas - with 19 lawyers recommended across both commercial and private client practice areas - the firm has an ongoing commitment to developing top talent at both junior and senior levels within the firm. Managing partner, Paul Trudgill, commented: -Training to become a qualified solicitor requires considerable commitment over a number of years. Claire, Henry, Charlotte and Ruth have all displayed such dedication and we wish them continued success as they enter the next stage of their career with our firm.

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