Manchester based law firm, Glaisyers Solicitors LLP, headed up by joint managing partners, Nicholas Johnson and Harvey Cohen, has appointed two new recruits.
The St James’s Square based firm, whose full service offering is focused on SMEs, owner managed businesses and their directors, has welcomed Hannah Vachre who specialises in Commercial Litigation and Matthew Brennan as Conveyancing Manager.
Hannah will work alongside the firm’s managing partner in its litigation team and joins from Abacus Solicitors LLP where she spent 7 years. She has a broad range of experience and specialises in contractual issues, debt matters and disputes between landlords and tenants.
Matthew joins from Simpson Millar LLP where he headed the Complex Conveyancing Team and was responsible for sale and purchase, shared ownership, short leasehold, new build buy to let and right to buy.
On his appointment, Matthew said; “Glaisyers Solicitors LLP has a solid reputation for its honest approach and excellent client care and I am proud to be joining the team.”
Hannah added: “Glaisyers is a trusted firm working with some long-standing clients which I think says a lot about the work the firm delivers.”
Commenting on the new recruits, joint managing partner, Nick Johnson said, “We are delighted to welcome Matthew and Hannah to the team. Their appointments and our continued investment in our people at Glaisyers demonstrates our commitment to ensuring we provide the best legal advice to SMEs across the North West.”
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 20 lawyers. The company offers a broad range of high quality legal services to SMEs, individuals and families across the region.
"Our continued investment in our people at Glaisyers demonstrates our commitment to ensuring we provide the best legal advice to SMEs across the North West."
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