Manchester based law firm, Glaisyers Solicitors LLP, headed up by joint managing partners, Nicholas Johnson and Harvey Cohen, has appointed two new recruits.
Solicitors Warren Henderson and Sam Gill both join the Residential Conveyancing department, bringing with them a combined 23 years’ experience in the industry.
Focused on delivering clear and straightforward advice on residential property sales and purchases, the St James’s Square based firm has appointed Warren and Sam to strengthen the department and enable it to meet growing demand for its conveyancing services.
Warren previously worked at Lopian Wagner for 12 years. Qualified since 2002, Warren has experience in both residential and commercial conveyancing.
Joining from JMW, Sam will specialise in all (including complex) leaseholds, new build and shared owner properties in his new role at Glaisyers.
On his appointment, Warren said: “With its strong reputation for friendly and transparent advice, I’m delighted to be joining the Glaisyers team to help continue the excellent service they provide.”
Sam added: “Glaisyers has established itself as a trusted advisor to many in the residential conveyancing process, so I’m glad to be a part of their ongoing investment in this area.”
Commenting on the new recruits, joint managing partner, Harvey Cohen said, “We are thrilled to welcome Warren and Sam to the team. We are continuing to invest heavily in our specialist teams at Glaisyers to ensure we provide the high level of legal conveyancing advice we’ve become renowned for.”
Established over 40 years ago in Manchester, Glaisyers Solicitors LLP has grown by reputation and recommendations over the years, and now has 60 dedicated employees, including 6 partners and over 24 lawyers. The company offers a broad range of high quality legal services to individuals, families and SMEs across the North West.
"With its strong reputation for friendly and transparent advice, Im delighted to be joining the Glaisyers team to help continue the excellent service they provide."
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