Taylor&Emmet alumnus returns to conveyancing team

27th April 2021

Sheffield solicitors, Taylor&Emmet LLP, are welcoming back a former employee to the Banner Cross office after a 10-month absence.

Partner, Lisa Molinari, has re-joined the firm’s residential conveyancing team and will specialise in high value property transactions.

Lisa worked at Taylor&Emmet for four years, up to June 2020 and decided to return following developments in the conveyancing department. The firm has implemented software that has speeded up the house buying and selling process for clients and restructured its processes to reduce paper consumption and facilitate smoother transactions.

Neil Riley, Taylor&Emmet’s head of residential conveyancing, said: “We are really pleased Lisa has re-joined our Banner Cross office, where she will lead the largest conveyancing sub-team in the department. She is popular with clients and colleagues alike and has a wealth of knowledge and experience that will enhance our service no end.”

Residential conveyancing accounts for 37% of Taylor&Emmet’s entire workforce and more than 40% of overall turnover. During 2020, the department achieved its best ever results, achieving 923 new instructions in September alone, smashing its monthly record, which had stood since 2005.

Lisa added: “Taylor&Emmet is one of the largest conveyancing operations in South Yorkshire and it is exciting to be part of its plans for future growth. The culture at the firm is even better than I remember it, offering more employee engagement and flexible working patterns. The department has changed dramatically for the better in my absence and it is a pleasure to be working with my former colleagues again.”

For more information about the career opportunities available at Taylor&Emmet, contact the HR team on (0114) 218 4000, visit www.tayloremmet.co.uk or follow the firm on Twitter, @TaylorEmmet.

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