On the move: the latest East Midlands hires
Four legal advisers from East Midlands law Firm Sills & Betteridge have passed their final qualifications.
The four are Calum Hanrahan, who is now a qualified solicitor specialising in immigration, Natalie Wright who has qualified as a solicitor specialising in wills, trusts and probate matters. Dominic Lee who has qualified as a solicitor and now specialises in family related work, and Jemma Burt who has qualified as a Chartered Legal Executive and specialises in personal injury matters.
HR manager Kelly Credland said: “We realise that in order to attract the best talent and secure the future of the Firm we must help smooth the road to qualification. We have to ensure a career in law is accessible to everyone with the desire to learn, regardless of their personal circumstances. I am delighted that the Firm has another four experts qualified to give legal advice.”
All Foundations, the Blackwell piling and civil engineering contractor, has appointed two senior executives.
Neal Willis joins from the senior management team at Expanded Geotechnical to become All Foundation’s new operations director, and Chris Henry joins the company from Van Elle as business development manager.
Shahrooz Zojaji, director, said: “We are investing in specific talent to enhance and develop specific areas of the business.
“We are delighted to be joined by Neal and Chris, two people who represent the finest talent in the industry, who will help drive the business forward in the strategic key areas of construction and rail.
“Both have been handpicked to bring their specific skills to All Foundations, to the benefit of the business and our expanding client base.”