SAS Daniels Solicitors Announces Eight Recruits Across the Firm

SAS Daniels Solicitors Announces Eight Recruits Across the Firm

Leading North West-based law firm SAS Daniels Solicitors has bolstered its team, announcing a raft of eight appointments.

The firm’s residential property team has expanded considerably with five new members. Conveyancer Natalie Beard has joined the team in Congleton and at the same office, Maisie Clark has been appointed as a trainee solicitor. Three conveyancing assistants have also been welcomed; Joe Lavelle and Karine Maya are both situated at the Stockport office, and Michelle Liston is based in Macclesfield.

Helen Hall joins as a solicitor in the dispute resolution and litigation team at the Stockport office, alongside Holly Wilkinson who has been hired as a paralegal.

At the Congleton office, Amanda Rushton has taken up the position of receptionist administrator for the full-service firm.

Jeremy Orrell, chief executive officer of SAS Daniels commented:

“Further to a significant uplift in demand that we have experienced for both our personal and business law services, it is a pleasure to strengthen the team and welcome eight new members. They all bring a wealth of experience and expertise to our teams that will benefit our clients greatly.”

SAS Daniels LLP is a Cheshire-based law firm with offices in Stockport, Chester, Macclesfield and Congleton, servicing both businesses and individuals throughout the local area and nationwide.

The firm is committed to helping clients thrive in both their personal and professional lives, using their expertise, technical know-how and friendly approach to understand the needs and protect the interests of their clients. SAS Daniels’ 120-strong specialist team and 19 partners are all equipped to help resolve legal matters regardless of size, ensuring a personalised experience is delivered from an experienced and approachable legal specialist.

The appointments follow the recent win as Conveyancing Firm of the Year.

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