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New appointments at growing regional law firm

PUBLISHED: 10:56 10 July 2015 | UPDATED: 10:56 10 July 2015

nine of the new Associates, from left to right:
Back row: Anna Foster, Debbie Holmes, Tracy Williamson and Charlotte Vallins
Middle row: Jade Moss, Elizabeth Dunn and Ben Ward
Front row: Nick Peake and Matthew Downing.

nine of the new Associates, from left to right: Back row: Anna Foster, Debbie Holmes, Tracy Williamson and Charlotte Vallins Middle row: Jade Moss, Elizabeth Dunn and Ben Ward Front row: Nick Peake and Matthew Downing.

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Ashton KCJ Solicitors has announced a number of new associate appointments from within the firm.

Ten members of staff have been appointed as associates, having successfully completed Ashton KCJ’s Associateship Development Programme.

They are Anna Foster and Debbie Holmes from the firm’s Court of Protection Team, Ben Ward from Medical Injury and Nick Peake from Personal Injury, Matthew Downing and Tracy Williamson from the Corporate & Commercial Team, Charlotte Vallins from Commercial Property, Jade Moss from Residential Conveyancing and Dominic Pearson and Elizabeth Dunn from Lifetime Planning.

Ashton KCJ’s CEO, Edward O’Rourke said: “I would like to congratulate all our new associates on this achievement, which is richly deserved. These appointments demonstrate Ashton KCJ’s commitment to investing in the professional development of our staff. It is always rewarding to be able to promote talented team members from within the firm. These appointments take the number of associates in the firm to 26 – together with our 32 partners, they are working to meet a wide range of legal needs across the region and beyond.”


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