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Hughes Paddison welcomes Paul Engelbrecht
Gloucestershire law firm Hughes Paddison is delighted to announce the arrival to the company of a new Director, Paul Engelbrecht, to strengthen its established team of lawyers and to contribute to the firm’s ongoing success.
Paul Engelbrecht will lead the Commercial Property team and he brings with him considerable experience in the property field covering a wide range of commercial property aspects. He has over 16 years of experience of working in the legal field and he is proud to have worked alongside and acted for some of Gloucestershire’s best. He is now very much looking forward to taking that experience and enthusiasm and engaging with clients and colleagues to achieve their goals.
Paul is also a Notary Public and will continue to provide a quality service to those clients in need of notarial services for their overseas interests.
Commenting on his move to Hughes Paddison, Paul said, “I am delighted to be working with straightforward people who take a very practical, pragmatic approach to the legal needs of their clients. It is great to be working with people who genuinely care about the people around them and I hope to continue with the really good work that has already been done by the firm.”
Julie Hughes, a founding partner of Hughes Paddison said “I am so pleased that Paul agreed to join us, his enthusiasm is infectious and, I am sure that Paul’s presence will enable Hughes Paddison to grow from strength to strength.”
Paul Engelbrecht is a very straight forward engaging person with a “can do” approach to transactions. He is looking forward to assisting clients by listening to their needs and providing sound advice and practical solutions to help them achieve their targets and, in turn to move the company forward.