Specialist law firm welcomes four new faces

16th October 2017

Sheffield business law specialist Ironmonger Curtis has made four new appointments to its team.

The commercial department of the Edmund Road based company is strengthened by the arrival of paralegals Christine Tillery and Matthew Lilley. The firm's new practice manager, Judith McCoy, has an accountancy background. She spent ten years with a local firm of chartered accountants followed by a period as finance director for a Sheffield engineering company. Christine has worked in the legal sector for over 15 years. She studied with the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives while working in a Lincoln law practice and has a wealth of experience. Matthew, who recently completed a masters degree in corporate and commercial law at the University of Sheffield, is involved in commercial transactions, purchase and sale agreements and commercial contracts. Meanwhile Georgia Sanderson joins the commercial property department as a paralegal. The 20-year-old previously worked in residential property as a secretary. Ironmonger Curtis Law's expertise stretches from UK employment and human resources law, business, litigation and commercial property to dental. Said founding partner Jon Curtis: -We are confident that the four new faces will contribute greatly to the firm's future success. We are gaining many years of expertise from the arrival of Judith and Christine in particular and are delighted to welcome two young people with fresh ideas and an eagerness to advance."

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