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Clough & Willis grows Residential Property team with latest appointment

Lee Martson, Andrew Rodbourne and Lorraine Stratton Webb

Bury and Bolton law firm Clough & Willis has appointed conveyancer Andrew Rodbourne to its Residential Property department.

Andrew, who is an associate member of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives, has joined Clough & Willis from JMW. He has also previously worked at Countrywide Conveyancing Services and O’Neill Patient Solicitors.

Throughout his career, Andrew has handled transactions for a wide variety of clients including first time buyers, high net worth individuals and celebrities.

Andrew’s appointment is the latest in a string of new arrivals at the firm including Kelly Fitton – also in the Residential Property team – and Andrew Palmer who joined the Commercial Property department as a senior associate team earlier this month.

Andrew’s focus will be on handling all residential conveyancing matters including sales, purchases and re-mortgages as well help to buy transactions from Clough & Willis’ Little Lever office.

Lorraine Stratton-Webb, Partner and Head of Residential Property at Clough & Willis, commented: “The last few months has seen a real spike in demand for our residential property services so Andrew’s arrival has come just at the right time. He is an experienced conveyancer with a proactive attitude which is exactly what a busy department like ours needs.”

Andrew added: “I’ve spent most of my career to date at large regional and national firms but I knew that I wanted to work in a smaller and more client focussed firm. Clough & Willis seemed like the ideal fit for me and I’m now looking forward to getting to work, delivering a great service and helping to grow the team.”

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