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Lawson Lewis Blakers are pleased to announce that they have been joined by Richard Palmer a newly qualified solicitor specialising in the field of commercial property and business law.

Following the merger between Lawson Lewis & Co and Blaker Son & Young the newly merged firm moved into modern, purpose built offices at Sackville House, Lewes. The new offices offer free parking and easy access by lift. The firm is able to offer home visits for those who are unable to travel to our offices.

Lawson Lewis & Co gained the Conveyancing Quality Mark. This is a quality mark established by the Law Society to recognise excellence in conveyancing services. Lawson Lewis & Co were amongst the first solicitor’s firms in Eastbourne to gain this qualification.

Lawson Lewis Blakers are very pleased to announce that Lucy Robinson has passed her final examination to qualify as a Member of the Institute of Legal Executives.  Lucy works in the firm’s Charity Department and a particular emphasis of her work is upon forming new charities.

Lawson Lewis & Co gained Lexcel accreditation. Lexcel is a quality kite mark for solicitor’s practices. In order to gain this accolade the firm had to undergo a rigorous audit of it’s systems, a review of files and overall assessment by an independent auditor.

Nadine

Whilst many of us may be planning a holiday in Britain this summer, not too many will be seeing quite as much of it as local solicitor Nadine Ashford of Lawson Lewis Blakers.

We are pleased to welcome Robert Hamilton MA, a solicitor specialising in civil litigation.  Robert has over 30 years experience as a solicitor practising in East Sussex.  Robert will work alongside our existing civil litigator, Steven Judge, and enable the practice to develop further its strength and reputation within this field. Robert joins the firm on 1st March 2011.

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