Lupton Fawcett adds two solicitors in York

Lupton Fawcett adds two solicitors in York

Yorkshire law firm Lupton Fawcett has strengthened its York office with two new appointments.

Jaime Dodd has joined as a senior solicitor in the residential conveyancing department while Beth Pattison has been appointed to Lupton Fawcett’s private client team.

Jonathan Oxley, head of Lupton Fawcett’s York office, said: “We have a well-established office in York providing legal services to a range of commercial clients and private individuals. It is always pleasing to add new talent to our teams to enhance our professional services and strengthen our presence in the York business community.”

“Lupton Fawcett is well placed to support clients at this challenging time, particularly in putting plans in place to enable their businesses to move forward during and post the Covid-19 pandemic.”

Dodd qualified as a solicitor six years ago and practised criminal law before moving into residential conveyancing. He specialises in leasehold sales and purchases, new build purchases, Help to Buy and equity release mortgages.

Pattison graduated from Northumbria University with a law degree and qualified as a solicitor two years ago. She specialises in trusts, wills, administration of estates and lasting powers of attorney.

Lupton Fawcett’s York office provides a full range of legal services to commercial and individual clients. Specialisms include its ecclesiastical law practice, the largest in the north of England.

The York team includes Louise Connacher, who is the registrar for the Diocese of York and provincial registrar for the Province of York and legal Secretary to the Archbishop of York.

Pictured: Members of Lupton Fawcett’s York office with far left, Jaime Dodd; fifth from left, Beth Pattison; and fourth from right, Jonathan Oxley

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