Awdry Bailey & Douglas has promoted six members of staff as part of its ethos of ensuring success is always acknowledged.
According to the business, the
promotions alongside the recruitment of experienced Private Client Solicitor,
Marina Emmanouel, illustrates the dedication of Awdry Bailey & Douglas and
underlines its commitment to provide excellent client service and exceed
Marina Emmanouel is a dual-qualified
solicitor in England & Wales and Cyprus and joins the Chippenham office after
working for a leading practice in Bristol for several years. Marina specialises in a number of areas in the
private client spectrum including Wills, Trusts, Estate Administration and
Court of Protection work.
Marina said, “This is an excellent time
to join such a well-established and forward-thinking firm as Awdry Bailey &
Douglas. It was the perfect opportunity, because for me client care is at the
heart of everything I do and working at Awdry Bailey & Douglas provides me
with the foundation to do just that. It is vital to be able to listen
attentively to my clients’ concerns, solve any problems they may encounter and
put them at ease.”
The recruitment of Marina coincides with
recent promotions for six employees in the Awdry Bailey & Douglas Private
Client and Conveyancing departments.
Heather Wannell is now a Senior
Associate and Head of Private Client. Matthew Brewer, Nikki Capp, Elizabeth
Hutchinson-Wall, Ellie Mewse and Steven Pipe have seen their hard work recognised
and are now all Associates.
Awdry Bailey & Douglas Partner, Tim Hotchkiss, said, “The recruitment of Marina and the recent round of promotions continues to demonstrate that at Awdry Bailey & Douglas we live up to our commitment to not only deliver exceptional client service, but also to acknowledge our successes. I would like to congratulate this talented group of excellent lawyers on their promotions, as they have proved time and time again that they put the client’s needs at the heart of everything they do.”
Pictured: Marina Emmanouel is a dual-qualified solicitor in England & Wales and Cyprus.