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Ridley & Hall strengthens commercial property team

Prior to her new role, Krajniewski worked in the property practice of Ramsdens Solicitors in Halifax.

Huddersfield-based law firm, Ridley and Hall, has announced it is continuing to expand its commercial property team with the appointment of Ava Krajniewski as a solicitor.

Krajniewski has spent the last two years working in the property practice at Ramsdens Solicitors in Halifax after qualifying in 2019. 

She has experience in all areas of commercial property work, including sales and purchases, leases and lease renewals, and assignments. Additionally, she has also undertaken residential property work.

Krajniewski joins the Ridley and Hall team following the appointment of Adam Ali as a solicitor in the commercial property practice in February 2020, working alongside commercial property lawyer and partner David Amies, based at the Huddersfield office. 

Ridley and Hall has grown its commercial property practice from two solicitors in January this year to a team of five.

Amies said: “With her varied experience in commercial property, Krajniewski will be a welcome addition to the team as we continue to see growing demand for our services. 

“After an initial few weeks of slowdown when the pandemic first hit, we have been extremely busy with record levels of work over the last 18 months and we are continuing to expand our commercial property practice alongside this.”

Krajniewski added: “Ridley and Hall has established a strong reputation both locally and nationally and this is a great opportunity to be part of the firm’s success story as it continues to expand. It not only has strong links with the local community, but is also known as a supportive employer which recognises and nurtures strengths within the team.

“The recent acquisition of Newman & Bond is a further demonstration that Ridley and Hall is really going places, and it’s a particularly exciting time to be part of the commercial property practice and drive further growth.”

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