Gateley Legal has appointed lawyer Chris Kisby to its national Employment team as a partner based in the company’s Nottingham office.
Chris moves from his role as a partner at national firm, Shakespeare Martineau. He has 18 years’ experience, which has included spells at Eversheds Sutherland and being seconded to Commonwealth Games England as General Counsel during the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games. Chris re-joins Gateley having worked as a senior associate for the business between 2005 and 2013.
The news coincides with Employment partner, Andrew Macmillan’s recent appointment as head of office for Gateley Legal in Nottingham having been with the company for over 13 years.
Chris said: "I felt inspired to re-join Gateley as it’s a successful legal and professional services group, which has achieved year-on-year success. The team here are a passionate bunch of problem solvers who get their kicks from finding the right answers and getting their clients where they need to be.
“I’m looking forward to facing the challenges ahead and working collaboratively with my colleagues to bring about future growth for the Employment team and Nottingham office.”
Andrew added: “Chris is an experienced hire we’re really pleased to be able to welcome him back to the business. He joins at an exciting time as Gateley has a great story to tell and an even more exciting one planned. I’m confident that his vast professional experience and forward thinking approach will deliver a great service to our clients.”
"Im looking forward to facing the challenges ahead and working collaboratively with my colleagues to bring about future growth for the Employment team and Nottingham office."
Chris Kisby, partner at Gateley Legal
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