Clough & Willis appoints new conveyancing lead at Little Lever office

Bolton and Bury-based law firm Clough & Willis has made another appointment in its growing residential property team with the news that Fiona Jackson has joined to lead the conveyancing service at its Little Lever office.

Fiona, who has worked in the law since 1980 and qualified as a Fellow of the Institute of Legal Executives in 1995, will focus on all aspects of residential conveyancing, including both sale and purchases, as well as more complex matters including lease extensions, purchase of freehold estates, adverse possessions, and title reconstructions.

Her previous position prior to joining Clough & Willis was at Crompton Halliwell, and before that she worked at AFG.

Fiona’s appointment quickly follows Claire Birch who joined the department as a residential conveyancer in May.

Lorraine Stratton-Webb, partner and head of property at Clough & Willis, commented:

Fiona brings with her decades of experience which will be a big asset for our clients and the firm. Her insight, technical knowledge and contacts are first class and we are delighted that she is now part of the team.”

Fiona added:

“I am incredibly excited to be joining Clough & Willis at what is an exciting time of growth for the business. I am now looking forward to become an integral part of the team and helping to expand its client base across the region.”

1 Comment

  • test

    No criticism, of course, of the lady but, with uncertainty and change the only certainty for conveyancing, should a new hiring be introduced by reference to length of experience or aspirations for future developments?

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