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Tuesday, July 23, 2024

Trio of Promotions at Farleys Solicitors

North West law firm Farleys Solicitors has announced the appointment of three new associate partners, as the firm continues its growth across the region.

Rachel Harrison, Charlotte Mills and Laura Walmsley have take up their new positions following the firm’s annual round of promotions.

Commercial litigation solicitor Rachel Harrison joined the firm in 2013, advising businesses and individuals on a wide range of commercial disputes, alongside corporate solicitor Charlotte Mills, who specialises in business sales and purchases, corporate finance and company law and procedure.  Laura Walmsley joined Farleys in 2006 and is a member of the firm’s  Fraud and Business crime team, dealing with a national caseload of criminal law matters.

Partner Ian Liddle said “I would like to congratulate all three solicitors on a deserved recognition of their invaluable contribution to the firm’s success. 

“As a firm we strive to offer the highest quality of service at all times and their talent, hard work and dedication to clients enable us to maintain this. These promotions also demonstrate Farleys‘ continued commitment to support and invest in our people and expertise as we continue our growing presence in the region.”

Farleys has a strong reputation for its commitment to client care and quality, having held Lexcel accreditation for the last five years and is also highly recommended in both the Chambers and Legal 500 guides to the legal profession.

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