New Starters join Aaron and Partners
29th January, 2013
Leading Chester based law firm, Aaron & Partners LLP, continues its growth drive with the recruitment of five new specialists across its family, real estate, litigation and marketing teams.
Chris Longbottom joins Aaron & Partners’ family law department as an associate solicitor from Berg Legal in Manchester. Chris, who in 2011 was shortlisted for the prestigious Insider North West Young Lawyer of the Year Award, specialises in complex financial matters during divorce and separation and emotive child proceedings.
Suzanne McGoldrick rejoins Aaron & Partners having previously worked at the practice back in 2001. Since first working for Aaron & Partners LLP, Suzanne has worked in North Wales and ran her own Chester-based business, Knight McGoldrick Solicitors.
Stephanie Brayshay, a qualified solicitor, joins the practice as a paralegal within the expanding real estate team having previously worked for North Wales firm Mackenzie Jones.
David Mann joins Aaron & Partners as an assistant solicitor with the commercial litigation team. David, a Wirral resident who specialises in commercial litigation, joins from Blackburn firm Haworth & Nuttall.
To help support the growing number of solicitors, Jude Tarrant has joined the firm’s marketing department where her responsibilities will include delivering the firm’s successful events programme. Jude joins Aaron & Partners LLP following a marketing career which has included working for the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives.
Chief Executive of Aaron & Partners, Andy Duxbury, says: “Our continued recruitment across the whole practice comes off the back of the most successful 12 months in the firm’s history. “To the end of December, eight months into our financial year, our fees are currently running 16% above last year – whilst for the calendar year 2012 our fees were a fantastic £6.2m.”
These new appointments bring the number of staff at Cheshire’s largest commercial law firm to over 100 people for the first time.
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