Wake Smith boosts team with seven appointments

Wake Smith Solicitors 01 November 2021

Wake Smith Solicitors have welcomed seven new additions to their teams highlighting the firm’s growth plans.

The established solicitors has recruited across the board in their private client, litigation, employment, clinical negligence departments as well as taking on two trainees and essential support staff.

Wake Smith is also actively recruiting into company commercial, commercial property and clinical negligence teams.

Private client associate solicitor Annie Wright brings more than 15 years experience of working in a busy Sheffield solicitors to Wake Smith.

Employment solicitor Robyn Jackson joins from a Nottingham solicitors firm to build on a wealth of experience gained before, and during, her training contract.

Newly qualified litigation solicitor Sophie Kerry brings her experience of working in paralegal roles since 2017 and joins the firm following completion of her training contract.

Trainee solicitor Joseph Creasor spent over three years as a legal advisor at a Sheffield law firm and joins Wake Smith with his first seat in the busy commercial property team.

While trainee solicitor Jessica Haynes is nearly two months into her training contract starting in the firm’s popular conveyancing team.

New appointments on the support side include private client department secretary Helen Broadhead who has more than 25 years’ experience as a legal secretary and has worked in private client teams since 2005.

Elizabeth Carnall also joins as a float legal secretary bringing nearly 20 years experience in the role, providing integral and flexible secretarial support to the busy departments.

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