PM Legal Services appoints head of operations

3rd September 2018

PM Legal Services senior associate and founder member, Liz Rowen, has been promoted to head of operations at the award-winning firm.

The practice, a division of Keebles LLP, is widely acknowledged as the -go to residential leasehold expert just 18 months after being launched. With over a decade's experience in specialist property management litigation, Liz advises clients on County Court and Tribunal related matters. She is also listed in News on the Block's 2018 Hot 100 most influential people in the residential leasehold property sector. Underpinning the success of the firm which has expanded by almost 300% in the last 12 months, is a commitment to drive up industry standards and champion best practice. PM Legal Services is led by Cassandra Zanelli - a recognised residential leasehold expert who has been included in News on the Block's Hot 100 list across 2015-2018. Said Cassandra: -Liz is highly respected in our sector and is a valuable member of our team. Her expertise and dedication have been instrumental to our achievements and her promotion will further accelerate our growth drive. Keebles partner, Paul Trudgill added: -Liz's promotion is well deserved. Her invaluable contribution is reflected in the impact that PM Legal Services has made on the national property management landscape in a short space of time. We wish the team continued success. Held in high esteem by influencers and regulators, the firm regularly presents training courses and briefings for organisations such as leading trade body, the Association of Residential Managing Agents and the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. Cassandra and Liz are both members of the Institute of Residential Property Management and are often invited to present webinars on industry topics and contribute to the industry press.

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