Paul Crowley & Co, which has offices in Liverpool city centre, Anfield and West Derby, welcomed solicitors Jennifer Carr and Edwina Harkin to the family law department, alongside admin assistant Emma Underwood.
Specialising in children law and domestic abuse cases Edwina joins the firm from Canter Levin & Berg, having qualified as a solicitor in 2012. Jennifer also brings a wealth of expertise to the firm with six years’ experience in the industry and will be specialising in private client divorce and matrimonial finance cases.
Admin assistant Emma is currently completing a Legal Practice Course alongside her work at Paul Crowley & Co, with the view of securing and training contract with the firm and qualifying as a solicitor in the future.
The firm’s continued growth follows a raft of new appointments to the property, clinical negligence and personal injury teams within the last six months.
Managing partner, Tracy Thompson, says: “It has been an incredibly exciting year for Paul Crowley & Co. Since celebrating our 25th year in the industry back in January there has been a significant period of growth within the firm with a host of new appointments across three key departments.
“Having to instruct a family lawyer can be a daunting and even traumatic experience for clients and we know how important it is to have a core support network in place. That’s why we have worked hard to build a team who offer expert legal advice, whilst providing the highest levels of client care and support.
“I am confident that Jennifer, Edwina and Emma will all thrive within our family law department and am delighted to welcome them into the team as we continue to grow together as a firm.”
"Since celebrating our 25th year in the industry back in January there has been a significant period of growth within the firm with a host of new appointments across three key departments."
Tracy Thompson, Managing partner
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