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Nick Carter
Nick Carter,
Leading property team expansion continues with hire of three new solicitors….
20 October 2015

Boyes Turner’s leading Property team (described by Chambers Guide to the UK Legal Profession as "Genuinely excellent"), has enjoyed a period of huge success over the last 24 months across the whole range of property transactions. Demand for its services continues to grow and as a result a further three solicitors have joined the team. 

  • Colm Fitzpatrick joins the highly successful Residential Conveyancing team. Originally from Northern Ireland, Colm qualified in 2013 after working for a leading law firm in Northern Ireland and subsequently at another firm in the Thames Valley, focussing on conveyancing work.
  • Tom Sneddon joins as a recently qualified solicitor following completion of his training at a London based law firm, to work on commercial property and landlord and tenant transactions.
  • Tom Campbell who completed his training at the firm earlier in the year, also joins as a newly qualified solicitor working within the Development team.

Nick Carter, Head of the Boyes Turner's Property group commented -

“Our Property service has enjoyed huge success in recent years and the decision to recruit three new members of the team shows our commitment to further expansion and ensuring that we can continue to provide our clients, old and new, the highest levels of expert service combined with strength in depth. Activity levels in our Thames Valley and London heartland have continued to rise. We are committed to building our market share and our new team members provide us with the added resource needed to build on our existing success.”

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