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03 May 2016

Four made up to senior associate in promotions round

To end a successful year Vicky Johnson, Lucy Wood, Mike Wragg and Chris Brazier have been promoted to senior associate, with effect from 1 May.

This delivers promotions in a range of practice areas including private client, property and employment.

Vicky, who lives locally, joined the firm from a well known City firm in 2015 and specialises in trusts, inheritance tax planning and estate administration as well as managing wills, powers of attorney and probate for her clients. She is dual qualified in Scots Law.

She is joined as a senior associate in the team by Lucy Wood. Lucy previously worked for a local firm and knows the area well. In addition to wills and lasting powers of attorney work, Lucy also undertakes Court of Protection work.

From the property team Mike Wragg, who joined the firm in 2014, joins the senior associates. Mike specialises in residential property matters including freehold and leasehold work, re-mortgages and transfer of equity.

Finally, Chris Brazier who has a wealth of experience in employment matters completes the promotions group. Chris is commended for his "practical and commercial advice" by clients. He has also has a particular focus on advising corporate clients business immigration issues with a particular focus on obtaining sponsorship licences.

In congratulating them on their well deserved success Chris Hardy, senior partner said: "All four are assets to the firm, very client focused and dedicated. These promotions underpin our commitment to clients and the future growth of the firm."

Chris Hardy

Chris Hardy

Tel: 01753 279064

Lucy Wood

Lucy Wood

Tel: 01753 278650 | 07976 467466

Chris Brazier

Chris Brazier

Tel: 01753 279029 | 07891 990980

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