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Wednesday, April 17, 2024


Slater Heelis Solicitors has promoted eight within its private client division, bolstering its team to 22, with further new starters lined up in the coming months.

The Manchester-based firm puts significant focus on developing from within to provide employees with all the opportunities they can to help further their legal career; and these promotions see new positions created for Paralegals and Senior Paralegals in the Court of Protection field.

Michael Hartley, Christina Sorton and Louise Chapman, formerly in administrative, receptionist and secretarial roles respectively all now assume Paralegal positions. A further four promotions within the Court of Protection team for Ann Smith, Camella Galvin, Jordan Calder and Rebecca Calverley see them become Senior Paralegals. These individuals have a wealth of experience between them dealing with the management of the financial affairs of some of the most vulnerable members of our society. The Senior Paralegals are recognised for their skills and experience and their knowledge of this niche area of law.

The eighth promotion sees Tina McLoughlin move from Projects Coordinator to Head of Private Client Projects. Having started with the company as a secretary, she then spent 12 years in the Marketing department as a Communications Assistant, where she built up invaluable knowledge about the business before moving to the specialist projects team.

Commenting on the raft of promotions Georgina Garner, Partner and Head of Court of Protection said: “It’s a delight to see all eight of these well-deserved promotions, rising through the ranks of Slater Heelis. We are firm advocates for nurturing talent in the team and supporting everyone with both their personal growth path or wider career journey and I personally look forward to working with each and every one of them to see what the next stage holds. I am extremely proud of the team and continue to support them with their own personal development.”

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