Law firm Steele Raymond LLP take on two new recruits

Bournemouth Echo: NEW RECRUIT: Julie-Ann Harris NEW RECRUIT: Julie-Ann Harris

LAW firm Steele Raymond LLP has started the year with two new appointments.

Julie-Ann Harris, is the new head of its family team, joining as a partner, with many years’ experience at other south coast law firms behind her.

She is an accredited specialist with Resolution, the independent body representing family lawyers and encouraging a non-confrontational approach to family disputes.

She has particular expertise in financial settlements on divorce and complex children cases including proceedings through the High Court and Court of Appeal.

She also centres on the unmarried family, advising on disputes between co-habitants and asset protection.

The company has also appointed Joanna Jackson, as associate in the firm’s commercial property team. She is a commercial property lawyer with a wide range of property experience.

Chris Twaits, head of the commercial property team, said: “Joanna’s appointment further strengthens the resources of the firm’s Commercial Property Team at a time when we are seeing evidence that the commercial property market in Dorset and the surrounding area is becoming increasingly active.”

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10:09am Wed 5 Feb 14

Cmdr Kryll says...

Nice free advertising, excellent work copying and pasting a press release Echo *slow hand clap*
Nice free advertising, excellent work copying and pasting a press release Echo *slow hand clap* Cmdr Kryll

10:34am Wed 5 Feb 14

MrDMan says...

I saw a new girl starting at Tesco the other day. I don't remember seeing a new story about it.

Sneaky Tesco, thinking they can employ new people without creating a press release.
I saw a new girl starting at Tesco the other day. I don't remember seeing a new story about it. Sneaky Tesco, thinking they can employ new people without creating a press release. MrDMan

11:04am Wed 5 Feb 14

EddieVH says...

Cmdr Kryll wrote:
Nice free advertising, excellent work copying and pasting a press release Echo *slow hand clap*
I'd be very surprised if this is *free* advertising, if you catch my drift...
[quote][p][bold]Cmdr Kryll[/bold] wrote: Nice free advertising, excellent work copying and pasting a press release Echo *slow hand clap*[/p][/quote]I'd be very surprised if this is *free* advertising, if you catch my drift... EddieVH

11:29am Wed 5 Feb 14

muscliffman says...

I do wonder why local law firms seem to get an Echo article whenever they hire a new member of staff. Are these 'legal' people somehow far more important and newsworthy that the new till assistant starting a job down at the local Supermarket?

A bit more equality please Echo.
I do wonder why local law firms seem to get an Echo article whenever they hire a new member of staff. Are these 'legal' people somehow far more important and newsworthy that the new till assistant starting a job down at the local Supermarket? A bit more equality please Echo. muscliffman

10:01pm Thu 6 Feb 14

Peroni says...

muscliffman wrote:
I do wonder why local law firms seem to get an Echo article whenever they hire a new member of staff. Are these 'legal' people somehow far more important and newsworthy that the new till assistant starting a job down at the local Supermarket?

A bit more equality please Echo.
Most ' local ' law firms do not get an article.
Interested to see if these types of 'news ' are paid for by the firm .
Any one advise !
[quote][p][bold]muscliffman[/bold] wrote: I do wonder why local law firms seem to get an Echo article whenever they hire a new member of staff. Are these 'legal' people somehow far more important and newsworthy that the new till assistant starting a job down at the local Supermarket? A bit more equality please Echo.[/p][/quote]Most ' local ' law firms do not get an article. Interested to see if these types of 'news ' are paid for by the firm . Any one advise ! Peroni

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