Linder Myers has announced it will be recruiting positions across four departments in its Shrewsbury office and is currently seeking specialists for its trusts & estates, residential conveyancing, commercial litigation and corporate commercial departments in the region.
Having successfully overcome a challenging start to 2014 and against a backdrop of increasing pressures impacting the legal sector, the busy Shrewsbury office reported significant year-on-year growth, particularly in the firm’s residential conveyancing and trusts & estates departments.
Richard Ashton, trusts & estates specialist and regional managing partner at Linder Myers in Shrewsbury said: “We pride ourselves on providing quality legal advice in a friendly and approachable way. We are thrilled that the sustained support of our clients in Shrewsbury and beyond has driven the need to recruit for a number of positions.
“The strength of the Linder Myers’ local team has been built on the strong foundations of long established Shrewsbury firms Turnbull Garrard, Moss & Poulson and Scott Lister bringing an unrivalled local knowledge and understanding of our client’s legal needs. We look forward to welcoming new members to the team as we move the business forward and by doing so, continue to contribute to the local economy.”
Linder Myers’ most significant growth has been in trusts & estates matters with a 60 per cent year-on-year increase and an average of 40 per cent year-on-year growth in residential conveyancing instructions.
To apply for a position at Linder Myers in Shrewsbury candidates should send a copy of their CV and cover letter to email@example.com.
Linder Myers was shortlisted in the 2013 Shropshire Chamber Business Awards and announced new appointments to the panels of two national estate agents and a FTSE 250 wealth management company last year.
Linder Myers, based at Talbot House in Shrewsbury (above Loch Fyne restaurant), has a deep rooted history in the region merging with long established firms Turnbull Garrard in 2012, Moss & Poulson in 2009 and Scott Lister in 2008.