As of May 2018, Judge & Priestley Solicitors have announced the promotion of Associates Brian Tan, Uday Patel and Louise Hyland to partners.
Speaking about the promotions, Steven Taylor the firm’s Managing Partner said; “We are very fortunate to have talented and committed solicitors at J&P. Brian, Uday and Louise have all work exceptionally hard, contributing to the firms success and growth, and so I am delighted in seeing this being recognized with their promotions to partner”
L-R Steve Taylor (Managing Partner), Brian Tan, Uday Patel and Louise Hyland
Brian has been qualified for over 10 years and joined the Private Client team at J&P two years ago. He is a member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners, a highly regarded accreditation and also sits on the board of trustees of Advocacy for Older People, overseeing the activities of the charity. Brian offers invaluable technical expertise and support to clients and colleagues alike.
David Chandra, Head of Wills, Trusts and Probate commented; “Brian’s contribution has had a positive impact of the growth of the department, inadvertently allowing us to leap up to the next phase. This is a well-deserved promotion and we wish him every future success.”
Uday joined J&P in 2010 as a paralegal and works in the debt recovery division known as J&P Credit Solutions. Uday has become an invaluable asset to the firm, his hard work, dedication and desire to succeed has meant he has consistently delivered outstanding results for the firm’s credit solutions clients.
Rachel Addai, Head of J&P Credit Solutions said; “Uday’s ability to relate to clients and provide them with legal expertise which also recognises the commercial environment they operate in, has been a secret of his success. I am confident that Uday will go from strength to strength and continue to help the firm to grow and thrive”
Louise also joined J&P in 2010 as a paralegal and works in the Residential Conveyancing department, dealing with all aspects of freehold and leasehold conveyancing, remortgages and transfer of equity. Louise has contributed to the growing conveyancing department through her hard work and commitment and regularly receives excellent feedback from her clients.
Madelaine Henwood, Head of Residential Conveyancing commented; “Louise has been an integral member of our department for the last 7 years. Her ability to run a busy case load whilst maintaining an excellent service to each and every client is one of the factor’s that lead to her promotion. I wish her continued success in the bright future which awaits her.”
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