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MLP Law continues to invest in female talent with fifth female partner

North West private and commercial legal practice, MLP Law, has promoted Rachel Owen to partner within its Corporate and Commercial team – the appointment makes her the fifth female partner in the company from a total of seven.

Rachel joined the Altrincham headquartered business in 2019, following a varied career including a number of corporate roles before specialising in law. With over ten years’ experience in both large national legal practices and specialist commercial law firms, Rachel brings a wealth of experience and exemplary client service standards to the company.

MLP Law owner and director, Stephen Atree, said: “Rachel is a tremendous asset to our commercial team and the decision to promote her to partner was very easy. She has excellent experience and her skillset makes her a great role model for junior colleagues. Her work here has been instrumental in the commercial team’s strong performance in the last financial year.

“The appointment has absolutely been made on merit and her fit with the company culture and DNA makes our overall offer to clients significantly stronger.”

Commenting on her appointment Rachel added: “The last year has been tremendously fulfilling for me here at MLP. As a team we have a great spirit and shared objective of growing the division by continuing to provide a great service to new and existing customers.

“As partner, I’ll be heavily involved in shaping the direction of the team as we move forward and this is something I very much look forward to.”

MLP Law has offices in Liverpool, Lymm and Media City in addition to its Altrincham HQ. It provides a full range of legal services to commercial and private clients and has a vision to become the most trusted provider of legal services in the North West.

The company has built its reputation as a firm committed to advising growing, entrepreneurial and often family-owned businesses in the region.

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