Law firm Clough & Willis has grown its team with the appointments of Rhianna Bateson and Jack Trickett.
Rhianna has joined as a private client solicitor and will be specialising in wills, inheritance tax planning, probate and estate administration as well as Lasting Powers of Attorney and Court of Protection matters. Rhianna, who is a member of the Solicitors for the Elderly, graduated with first class law degree from UCLAN in 2012. She completed her Legal Practice Course in 2006, started her training contract in July 2014 and qualified in July 2016. She joins Clough & Willis from JWK Solicitors.
The second new starter, Jack Trickett, is the firm’s newest paralegal. Jack will initially be based in the Property department and will then be working across the business in rotation.
He graduated from Manchester Metropolitan University and completed his Legal Practice Course a year later at Manchester Law School.
Shefali Talukdar – managing partner of Clough & Willis – commented: “We are delighted to welcome Rhianna and Jack to firm. Their arrival is great news and we look forward to seeing them making their mark with their colleagues and clients.”
Rhianna added: “Clough & Willis is a fantastic firm that is both client and community focused, so both myself and Jack are thrilled to now be part of the team.”