Chester Law Firm Expands Commercial Property Department
25th August, 2011
Aaron & Partners, Chester’s largest commercial legal practice, have bucked the trend by expanding their commercial property department with the recruitment of two solicitors with the arrival of Giles Williams and Jonathan McMaster join Aaron & Partners LLP from Gamlins and Mace & Jones respectively.
Giles Williams, who undertakes a variety of Commercial Property work and is a fluent Welsh speaker, attended the College of Law at Christleton having completed his LPC there in 2007.
Jonathan McMaster, originally from Belfast, brings further expertise to the practice in the fields of planning and environmental law.
The new arrivals mean that the Grosvenor Court-based firm has reached the 100 employee mark for the first time with the Employment team also being expanded through the recruitment of Laura O’Hare as a consultant into the department.
On the recruitment Chief Executive Officer, Andy Duxbury said, “The fact that we have been able to further expand our commercial property offering in the current economic client is especially pleasing and is testament to the quality of advice that the team provides it clients.”
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