Bevan Brittan has expanded the property team in its Leeds office with the recruitment of three new joiners.

The new team members are:

  • Ashley Mallett, who joins as a property solicitor, coming to the firm from Ison Harrison
  • Tracey Lynam, a licenced conveyancer who joins from Blacks Solicitors
  • Ben Tasker, a solicitor apprentice who also joins from Blacks Solicitors

They join Bevan Brittan’s busy property team that advises a range of businesses and organisations around the region and nationwide on property matters including property acquisitions and disposals, landlord and tenant and estates management matters, planning and development, secured lending, litigation and disputes.

The arrival of the trio at Bevan Brittan’s Toronto Square office in Leeds underlines that, despite the coronavirus outbreak, the firm continues to expand and service its clients’ needs.

Lyndon Campbell said: “We are delighted to welcome Ashley, Tracey and Ben to our team. We have a busy pipeline of work that has not slowed down due to Covid-19. Indeed, in some areas we are busier than ever – particularly in advising clients on issues arising as a result Covid-19. Bringing our three new joiners on board is a welcome addition to the strength in depth of our offering.”

Michael Boyd, Office Senior Partner at Bevan Brittan in Leeds, added: “I am very pleased that we’re in a position to continue to grow our team here in Leeds. This shows the level of confidence we have in the future, and in our ability to emerge strongly from the current environment. We are committed to investing in our teams and providing clients with the service and support they need.”

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