Redcar-based law firm, Cygnet Law, is celebrating its continued growth by creating three new job roles to comply with an increasing volume of clients.
Louise White has joined the firm as a solicitor, and Joanne Davison and Sarah Pearson are both secretaries.
Louise studied the MLaw Exempting Degree at Northumbria University in 2013, after being accepted for a number of placements both in the region and London. Her position at Cygnet Law is her first since she qualified in December 2018.
Joanne is an experienced legal secretary, having worked in the field for more than 11 years. She has experience in personal injury law and residential conveyancing, however she has worked predominantly in in corporate and commercial property law. She has worked at various firms in Tees Valley and is a dedicated Middlesbrough supporter.
Sarah Pearson started her career as a legal secretary at the age of 19 and has previously worked for firms in the region and in York. Her main area of expertise is conveyancing; however she is also experienced in other areas of the law.
Louise White said: “I am delighted to take up my first position as a qualified solicitor with Cygnet Law, as it is a significant part of the Redcar community. As well as providing an essential family law service in the region, the team is also dedicated to fundraising and raising awareness for local charities, which I think is important for a small, community focused firm.
“The team have made me feel incredibly welcome so far, and I’m looking forward to working closely with them to help support our clients.”
Peter Medd, a director and solicitor at Cygnet Law, said: “It is important for firms like Cygnet Law to not only bring in experienced professionals to our team, but also to foster and develop new talent. We have both of these elements in our recent new hires.
“I would like to welcome Louise, Joanne and Sarah to the team, and I look forward to seeing what they will achieve as part of the Cygnet Law family.”
"The team have made me feel incredibly welcome so far, and Im looking forward to working closely with them to help support our clients."
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