New faces open up range of experience at Manby; LEGAL FINANCE.
Neil Forrest joins the corporate department in Telford, Louisa Jones the private client team in Shrewsbury, and David Campbell links with dispute resolution in Wolverhampton.
The three bring a broad range of experience and knowledge.
Mr Forrest worked for eight years in information technology as a software engineer and project manager before changing career to IT law.
Ms Jones arrives from top 50 full service City legal firm Charles Russell where she worked within the real estate, family and private client capital departments. She is originally from Shrewsbury.
Mr Campbell is an experienced solicitor who joins from Sandwell Council where he prosecuted regulatory offences on behalf of the council, and fire safety matters on behalf of the West Midlands Fire and Rescue Authority.
He also dealt with alcohol, entertainment and taxi licensing matters and is a member of the Institute of Licensing.
Senior partner Gavin Southall said: "Neil, Louisa and David come from very different legal areas and bring a range of experience and ideas that will enhance the depth of legal services we undertake. It is gratifying Manby can offer truly interesting and worthwhile careers to young talent and I very much look forward to seeing them develop within the firm."
Manby Stewart recruits (from left) are: Neil Forrest, Louisa Jones and David Campbell
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|Publication:||The Birmingham Post (England)|
|Date:||Nov 9, 2007|
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