Legatus Law makes two new appointments

Legatus Law makes two new appointments

Legatus Law has made two new appointments to strengthen its Leeds-based practice.

The firm, which recently moved to a new office in Leeds, has appointed experienced solicitor Mara Gosling and Huddersfield University graduate Siobhan Ritchie.

Gosling, who specialises in insolvency, turnaround and litigation has joined Legatus from hlw Keeble Hawson.  She will support the firm’s commercial and litigation team.

Ritchie graduated with a first class honours degree from The University of Huddersfield in 2015 and joins the firm as a trainee solicitor.

The firm’s founder, lawyer and mediator Rashmi Dubé, said: “The two new positions are an important part of the firm’s strategic growth plans. Mara brings with her a wealth of knowledge and experience, as well a commercial understanding of what businesses endure and what they need to protect their position and I am delighted to welcome her to the firm.”

Speaking about her appointment, Gosling added: “Legatus Law has ambitious plans for growth and will play an important part in supporting businesses over the coming years. The firm is vibrant and creative, and I very much look forward to working with my new team.”

Her new colleague, Ritchie, said: “The fast-paced and motivated environment of Legatus Law is an exciting place to be a trainee solicitor and I am looking forward to working with Rashmi, learning from her and her team and supporting their expanding work with businesses.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

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