Newly Qualified Solicitor Adds to Expanding Team

17 Apr 2018

Published in: Member News

Stephen Nixon Emily Parry 72dpiLeading Walsall law firm, Enoch Evans LLP has welcomed a newly qualified Solicitor to its thriving Commercial Litigation team. 

Emily Parry has successfully qualified as a Solicitor having begun her training contract with Enoch Evans LLP in April 2016. Since then, she has fulfilled seats in a number of departments to gain experience in different areas of law including Corporate, Commercial Property and Civil Litigation. 

Enoch Evans LLP is well known within the legal industry for promoting internally where possible, Emily is testament to this. 

Emily said, "I'm excited to be qualifying. It has been a tough learning curve but very rewarding and enjoyable. The whole firm has been very supportive and I feel lucky to be joining such a warm and welcoming team who support each other without hesitation. Since joining the Commercial Litigation team it has helped me develop both professionally and personally, and I couldn't have asked for a better department to start my career.' 

Partner and Head of Commercial Litigation, Stephen Nixon said, "I'm delighted that Emily will be qualifying in to our team. She has been an invaluable addition and we look forward to seeing her continue her career with us as a qualified Solicitor.' 

Enoch Evans LLP has been dealing with law for over 130 years and is constantly looking at ways in which they can evolve. They provide a specialist range of legal services, ensuring all legal needs are catered for. Their other services include Wills, Tax and Probate, Company and Commercial, Commercial Property, Commercial Finance, Healthcare, Matrimonial & Family, Employment, Wills, Residential Conveyancing, Criminal and Regulatory Offences. 

Please contact Enoch Evans LLP on 01922 720333, or visit their website at for more information.

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