By: 2 July 2024
Wake Smith appoints three fee earners

Wake Smith Solicitors, a legal firm in Sheffield, has bolstered its individual and business legal teams with the appointment of three new fee earners. This move reflects the firm’s commitment to expanding its expertise and enhancing client service.


Lisa Molinari

Lisa Molinari joins as a director in the residential conveyancing team. The team has recently undergone a significant digital transformation aimed at streamlining operations and boosting efficiency. Molinari, who brings over a decade of experience since qualifying in September 2011, has worked with various Sheffield law firms before her recent move to Wake Smith.

Expressing her enthusiasm for her new role, Lisa said, “I am thrilled to begin this journey with Wake Smith. It is a privilege to join such a dynamic, hard-working, and caring firm that goes the extra mile for their clients.”


Rozeena Aslam

Adding to the firm’s commercial property team is solicitor Rozeena Aslam. With three years of post-qualification experience, Rozeena has previously worked in Chesterfield and Sheffield. At Wake Smith, she will advise a diverse range of clients, from startups to established companies, on all aspects of property work.


Charlie Jones-Connor

The private client department, known for its empathetic approach, welcomes Charlie Jones-Connor, an experienced paralegal. Charlie, a Sheffield Hallam University law graduate, is currently pursuing the CILEx Graduate Fast Track Diploma. With six years of experience in wills, trusts, and probate from working at several Sheffield law firms, Charlie is well-equipped to support the department’s sensitive and complex caseload.


Wake Smith Solicitors has a heritage spanning over 220 years and a storied history of serving the legal needs of individuals and businesses across the Sheffield city region. The firm holds several sector and business accreditations, including Lexcel, CQS, and Investors in People, reflecting its commitment to excellence.

Employing approximately 80 staff, Wake Smith continues to specialise in providing expert legal advice tailored to both business and individual needs.

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Emma Cockings
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