Liverpool law firm, Cassell Moore, has expanded its successful family team with two new appointments. Sarah McCarthy joins as a chartered legal executive and Renn Moucarry joins as a paralegal.
The appointments further strengthen the department, which in its first two years has received Legal 500 recognition, including: “led by the ‘brilliant’ Pauline McNamara, Cassell Moore covers a range of matrimonial and children law cases.”
Sarah, who qualified with the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (CILEx), has 14 years’ experience and received national recognition when she was shortlisted for Family Law Legal Executive of the Year. She specialises in financial matters arising from divorce and private law children matters.
Renn, who studied Law and Criminology at the University of Liverpool, completed a Graduate Diploma in Law and achieved her Legal Practice Certificate at BPP Law School. She has a keen interest in humanitarian work and spent the summer in Lebanon helping Syrian refugees. She is also a member of Young Resolution.
Commenting on the growth of the team Pauline McNamara, Cassell Moore Head of Family, said: “The Cassell Moore family team has quickly earned an enviable reputation as trusted family lawyers that you want on your side. This is due to the hard work and steely determination of the team who always go the extra mile for their clients.
“Presently, we are receiving one new instruction every day, which has led to the growth of the department. I’m therefore delighted to welcome Sarah and Renn, both of whom make a fantastic addition to the team and further strengthen our existing offer.”
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