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Iain, 45, is a licensed conveyancer and Fellow of the Institute of Legal Executives. He has worked in conveyancing since 1983, and has specialised primarily in residential work. He has extensive experience in shared-ownership conveyancing transactions which are currently on the increase with support from Government initiatives.

Since joining Dickinson Dees in Newcastle as a trainee legal executive in 1981, Iain has worked in the North East specialising primarily in residential conveyancing.

Newcastle-based construction consultant RNJ has promoted associate SCOTT NESBITT to partner at the firm. Scott, 36, who is from Newcastle originally, has been working at RNJ since March 1998.

He was originally appointed as a graduate surveyor after undertaking a BSc (Hons) in quantity surveying at Sheffield Hallam University and was elected as a Professional Member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) in June 1999.

Scott has been instrumental in expanding RNJ's education and housing portfolio, working for clients including Four Housing Group and Housing Hartlepool, as well as on major projects such as new-build primary schools St Wilfrid's in Gateshead and St Gregory's in Stockton.

Intrepid KAREN TANNAHILL has joined Crutes law firm in Newcastle as an administration assistant after spending six months travelling in Central and South America.

Karen, 26, who is originally from Derry in Northern Ireland, first moved to the North East to study Politics and Media at Northumbria University, and remained in the region after she completed her studies. She went on to work for Armstrong World Industries for three years as a customer service representative handling shipments for the company to Africa and the Middle East. Karen then embarked on six months of travels from Canada down through Central and South America visiting countries including Equador, Bolivia and Chile.


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Title Annotation:Business
Publication:The Journal (Newcastle, England)
Geographic Code:4EUUK
Date:Jul 7, 2010
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