Lupton Fawcett Announces Six New Associates
Six solicitors at Lupton Fawcett have been promoted to Associates in recognition of their contribution to the firm.
Jackie Rowe joined the Personal Injury Division having previously been a client of the firm whilst working in the Insurance Industry. Jackie qualified as a Fellow of The Chartered Institute of Legal Executives in June 2004 and now heads up the Claimant Road Traffic Team.
Ian Manners qualified as a solicitor in general practice in 1990 before specialising in Personal Injury Law from 1993. He joined Lupton Fawcett as a Personal Injury Specialist in 2006.
Zoe Lang qualified in 2005, having trained at Lupton Fawcett. Zoe deals with a broad range of commercial property transactions.
Richard Baum graduated with degrees in Chemistry and also Education and subsequently qualified as a solicitor in 2004. Richard now specialises in residential property.
Michael Buchanan, having initially qualified and practiced as a solicitor in Australia, relocated and qualified to practice in England in 2007. He is a member of the firm's Dispute Management department, specialising in civil and commercial litigation.
Leigh Green qualified in March 2006 and joined Lupton Fawcett in December 2010. Leigh works exclusively as a Childcare Lawyer and is a member of the Law Society Children panel, an accredited member of Resolution and a member of the Local Family Justice Board and the Chair of its training sub-committee. In her spare time, she sits as a member of an independent fostering panel.
Richard Marshall, Lupton Fawcett Managing Director, said: "It is always a pleasure to recognise the achievements of individuals and I am very happy to be able to congratulate them all on their appointments. They have already made their mark on our firm and will undoubtedly make a significant contribution to the future success of Lupton Fawcett.