Trio of recruits for Ramsdens conveyancing practice

Oct 26, 2022

Yorkshire-based law firm, Ramsdens Solicitors has recently appointed three new members of staff, strengthening its residential property practice and further developing their work in the niche area of Leasehold Enfranchisement.

The law firm, which has offices across West and North Yorkshire, has welcomed partner, Katrina Allen and solicitors, Elizabeth Kirk and Jennifer Crocker to Ramsdens’ York-based office.

Katrina Allen joins the team from Knights PLC, where she helped managed the day-to-day running of the department. Since qualifying as a solicitor in 2007, Katrina has specialised in residential property and has a broad range of experience in dealing with all aspects of property transactions from sale, through to post-completion.

Meanwhile, Elizabeth Kirk joins the team from Harrowells Limited, where she qualified in 2020 as a conveyancing solicitor and Jennifer Crocker joins the team from ODT Solicitors, having qualified in 2017 and specialising in statutory and voluntary lease extensions and freehold purchases, as well as other types of leasehold property matters.

Lindsey Frith, partner and head of Ramsdens’ conveyancing department, said: “We are delighted to welcome Katrina, Elizabeth and Jennifer to our team in York. The trio bring with them a wealth of expertise in residential property, and will be key to the continued growth and success of our conveyancing offering in York, and across the region.

“At a time when demand for conveyancing remains exceptionally high, I have no doubt that the new recruits’ experience, commitment and understanding will ensure a continued delivery of high-quality legal advice and service.”

Katrina Allen, partner, added: “I am excited to be joining Ramsdens as a partner in their conveyancing department and to start this next chapter with a firm that shares my commitment to delivering exceptional services, tailored to the client.”

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