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Woodcocks Haworth and Nuttall recruits ten new legal specialists

The new recruits join the firm’s offices in Blackburn, Bury, Great Harwood, Clitheroe and Rawtenstall

Woodcocks Haworth and Nuttall (WHN) has announced it has added ten new legal specialists to its team following a reported period of growth.

Olivia Corban joins the firm’s Blackburn office as a commercial property paralegal, supporting the team on commercial property transactions, with Rahel Goni recruited to the firm’s Bury corporate and commercial team as a chartered legal executive from In-House Legal Solutions. 

Additionally, Lucie Rushton also joins the firm’s Bury office as a paralegal, assisting the dispute resolution team having graduated from Leeds Beckett University.

Catherine Ackroyd, wills and probate specialist, joins WHN’s Great Harwood office as a private client solicitor from Burnley firm, Smith Sutcliffe Solicitors, and Tom Barton has taken up his new paralegal role at the firm’s Blackburn office, joining from JS law.

In addition, Angela Brown joins as a residential conveyancer from Bank View Solicitors in Blackburn and will be based at the Great Harwood office, with Melissa Cooper joining the firm’s Clitheroe team as a residential conveyancing solicitor.

Louise Conroy and John Llanes also join as paralegals. Conroy was previously assisting a senior District Judge at Blackburn Family Court and will be based in Clitheroe, supporting the family law team. Llanes joins the firm’s Rawtenstall office to support its conveyancing team, having graduated from the University of Lincoln.

Meanwhile, Jennifer Parkinson joins as a conveyancing executive from Southerns Solicitors in Burnley and will be based in the firm’s Rawtenstall conveyancing team. Parkinson has over 15 years’ experience working in the legal profession.

WHN Solicitors currently employs 110 staff across Lancashire and Greater Manchester and has offices in Accrington, Bacup, Bury, Blackburn, Clitheroe, Haslingden, Great Harwood and Rawtenstall. It advises businesses, individuals and families on a full range of legal matters.

Michael Shroot, WHN Solicitors CEO, said: “We’re experiencing strong growth right across our business, individual and family law teams. The growth in new instructions has been borne out of our reputation and commitment to help our clients achieve their legal goals and make a positive difference, leading to a raft of recommendations.

“We will continue to invest in our capabilities and future by recruiting leading solicitors as well as training the best in class of legal graduates. I am delighted to welcome this new group of passionate professionals.”

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