As a member of Resolution and the Family Mediation Counsel, Jennifer Allen is committed to keeping issues that arise between couples after the breakdown of their relationship, out-of-court, so far as possible. One way in which this can be achieved is through mediation or more specifically hybrid mediation. Hybrid mediation brings together the best of both family and civil mediation models and is a time-tested option when considering your mediation options.
A double celebration at Hughes Paddison
Emily Arnold qualifies as a Solicitor into the Employment Team and Paul Harris becomes an Associate in the Commercial Property Department.
Emily Arnold qualifies as a solicitor in the Employment Team
Hughes Paddison are immensely proud of Emily Arnold, having completed her Training Contract with Hughes Paddison, she qualified earlier this week as a fully-fledged solicitor opting to join the Employment Team. Employment Director, Kimberley Whalen-Blake, was overjoyed when Emily announced she would like to join the team, after Kimberley supported her through her training programme. We are sure they will continue to be a formidable team, helping our private and commercial clients with any employment issues they may have.
Emily had this to say about her recent qualification, “I am beyond happy to be part of the Employment team and couldn’t have asked for a better supervisor throughout my training! I can’t wait to see what the future holds for the Employment department at Hughes Paddison.”
Paul Harris becomes an Associate in the Commercial Property Department
We are also pleased to announce that Paul Harris will become an Associate in the Commercial Property Department with effect from Friday 1st April 2022.
Paul is a great example of what can be achieved having joined Hughes Paddison as a trainee in November 2015, he qualified into the Commercial Property Department in late 2017. Since then, he has developed his commercial property knowledge and experience and become a valuable member of the department.
Paul particularly enjoys, “Having had the opportunity to take on a varied caseload and most importantly working collaboratively with my colleagues to achieve the desired outcomes of clients.”
He added, “I would like to thank the firm for giving me the opportunity to progress within the company. As we go further into 2022 I think commercial property and property generally will continue to be seen as a safe investment so I predict that there will continue to be sustained demand.”
We wish them all the best, as they embark on this new and exciting chapter at Hughes Paddison.