Gordons appoints five new solicitors

Gordons appoints five new solicitors

Gordons has appointed 16 new fee-earners since the start of the year, after five recent hires at the Leeds and Bradford law firm.

Laura Walton has joined as a dispute resolution specialist, while Erica Jones and Melissa Cook have been hired as commercial property solicitors.

Newly qualified solicitors Kate Imeson and Harvey Blake have joined as corporate and regulatory specialists, respectively.

The five new hires follow several senior additions to the Gordons team earlier in the year. These include Peter Hampson as head of regulatory, property disputes solicitor Sarah Coates-Madden and former HSBC Yorkshire and North East head of corporate banking, Martin Lunt, as a consultant. 

Gordons partner Victoria Davey said: “We are continuing to grow our business at pace due to the outstanding work we do for our clients, the strong relationships we build with them and our highly effective business strategy.”

“Finding and hiring the right people who share Gordons’ distinct ethos and values is essential for us and key to our continued success. All our new starters are a great cultural fit and they will play important roles in further improving the momentum we have built up since the start of the year.”

Pictured: Recent appointments at Gordons include (front from left) Harvey Blake, Kate Imeson, Laura Walton and Erica Jones
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