Grimsby solicitors celebrate a hat-trick of promotions
Wilkin Chapman, have announced three promotions at their Grimsby office, with the appointment of two new partners and one new senior solicitor.
Rachael Perry and Andrew Burnett have been promoted to the position of partner; both were previously senior solicitors, and took up their new positions on in April. In addition, Adam Aisthorpe has been promoted to the position of senior solicitor.
Rachael joined Wilkin Chapman as a senior solicitor in 2013, specialising in commercial property. She has experience of a broad range of commercial property transactions and has particular expertise in residential and social housing developments. Commenting on her promotion, Rachael said: “I’m delighted with the promotion and am looking forward to helping the firm’s commercial property department grow even further.”
Andrew joined the firm as a solicitor in 2008 and became a senior solicitor in 2013. Andrew’s work focuses mainly on personal injury but also includes a variety of civil and commercial disputes, including commercial disputes, property disputes and landlord and tenant matters. Andrew said: “I am very pleased to become a partner. I will continue to achieve the best possible outcomes for my clients and support the firm’s further development.”
Corporate and commercial solicitor, Adam Aisthorpe, has been promoted senior solicitor. Adam joined the firm in 2007 as a paralegal, completed his training contract and then went on to qualify as a solicitor. He advises on a full range of corporate and commercial issues including company sales and purchases, MBOs, refinancing, mergers and acquisitions, company reorganisations and commercial contracts. Adam said: “I am extremely pleased to have been promoted to senior solicitor and look forward to being able to continue to develop my skills and expertise further to continually look to deliver excellence to our clients.”
Mark Carlton, senior partner, said: “We are delighted to be able to make Rachael and Andrew partners, and to promote Adam to senior solicitor. In all cases, the promotions are a reflection of each individual’s commitment and hard work since joining the firm. Their practical knowledge and specialist experience will ensure that our clients, both old and new, continue to receive a first-class legal service.”