Solicitor Jay soars to run-way success at Sheffield Airport Business Centre

26th November 2014

Jay Bhayani, local Ranmoor businesswoman, has opened her new niche human resource and employment law practice at the Sheffield Business Centre.

The practice will be one of a handful of such specialist practices in the country. Jay, who has been named Yorkshire lawyer of the year and ABDN professional of the year in recent times, says: -After 20 years legal experience in Sheffield, I am excited about the opportunities presented by my new independent practice and heartened by the loyalty of my clients and business contacts. They can rest assured that they will have full access to all the top HR and legal services they have come to rely on. Our many charity and business clients will be pleased to know that our popular and cost effective fixed fee HR legal services retainer package is still available as we continue to fight the corner of all our clients, getting them the results they need. Jay is joined by a team of highly experienced HR associates: Lorna Byrne, Caroline Parry and Sara Bawden. To find out more about Bhayani Law, contact Jay on 0114 3032300, mobile 07795673175 or email jay@bhayanilaw.co.uk

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