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Dutton Gregory Announces New Year Promotions

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Dutton Gregory Announces New Year Promotions

Dutton Gregory Solicitors has been delighted to start the year with a number of internal promotions in recognition of exemplary commitment, hard work and success.

In the firm’s Residential Property department, Gareth Fullbrook and Rebecca East have been promoted to Senior Associate Executive and Senior Associate Solicitor, while colleagues Katie Page and Amy Mullan are now Associate Executive and Associate Solicitor respectively.

After joining Dutton Gregory Solicitors as a Chartered Legal Executive, Mariam Luqman is now a Solicitor and Chartered Legal Executive in the firm’s Commercial Property team.

The five individuals combine over 50 years’ experience in conveyancing, property transactions, new build estates and working with agents and developers across the UK.

‘The past few years have been extraordinary,’ says Head of Property and Partner Paul Sams. ‘The success we have had as a team has been down to focus, determination and versatility.  These individuals have not only executed their work with professionalism, but demonstrated a willingness to explore new opportunities and work collaboratively within the team. I hope they are as proud of themselves as I am.’

In other areas of the firm, Wills, Trust and Estate Planning specialist, Kathryn Loveland-Blockley marks her five years’ service with a promotion to Associate Executive and, after 13 years at Dutton Gregory, Chris Hall has not only been promoted to Associate Solicitor, but moves to Dutton Gregory’s specialist Landlord and Tenant Team with valuable experience in commercial litigation.

‘These well-deserved promotions are testimony to our firm’s commitment to supporting professional development at all levels,’ says Managing Partner, Andrew Tilley. ‘We want people who work at Dutton Gregory to be given the opportunity to take their careers in the direction and as far as they wish to go, and congratulate all these individuals on their new roles and responsibilities.’