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Changes made to laywers' top team.

Following a period of intense activity at Jesmond-based Mincoffs Solicitors which has seen the firm complete a number of high profile business deals, there have been a few changes at the top.

Alison Ainsley has been made an associate. She qualified as a legal executive in 1994 and after moving to the North East, joined Mincoffs in February 2002.

With Mincoffs' support, she completed her qualifications on a part-time basis, successfully qualifying as a solicitor.

With involvement in a wide range of industrial disease cases alongside managing partner Tom Blewitt, she is delighted that her career is now progressing so quickly.

Mark Green has also been made an associate and has been promoted to head of the dispute resolution department.

He has worked at Mincoffs for almost a year, bringing with him significant commercial litigation experience gained at Edwin Coe of Lincoln's Inn, London.

Senior partner, Howard Gold, said: "With 65 staff, Mincoffs is a mid-tier law firm and as such, the opportunities and scope for personal development and promotion are extremely good.

"I am very pleased to see such key team members being rewarded for the significant contribution that they continue to make to our business in this way."
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Publication:Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)
Date:Sep 25, 2003
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