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DWF extends real estate expertise in Liverpool

14 September 2021

DWF in Liverpool has appointed a raft of new colleagues as the business expands its Real Estate team in the city centre. 

The Real Estate team will be joined by two newly qualified solicitors this month – Charlotte Marshall and Adam Lynch – who have both undertaken their training contracts with DWF. 

In addition, four further real estate specialists have also been newly appointed to DWF, which has flagship offices at 5 St Paul's Square. Associate solicitors James Ankers and Paula Doran join alongside solicitors Victoria Smith and Peter Greenway, who will take up his role in mid-September.  

Julie Simms, Joint National Head of Public Sector Real Estate and partner at DWF in Liverpool, said: "It is a pleasure to welcome each of our six new colleagues into the Real Estate practice in Liverpool and we are especially pleased for our two soon-to-be qualified solicitors who have spent two years training with us, and will embark on their new roles as solicitors with DWF."

Toby Askin, Global Head of the Real Estate practice at DWF, added: "This year we have been joined by new colleagues in various roles across the global Real Estate practice, and I'm delighted to see the growth of our Liverpool team. 

"We are increasingly working on multi-jurisdictional projects for clients across cities and specialisms, and our ability to work seamlessly as one team really resonates with our real estate clients."

The new arrivals into DWF's Real Estate team in Liverpool are part of a recruitment drive by DWF in the city, which has this year seen 17 new growth roles created (not replacements) and more than 20 positions in a variety of specialisms currently available.

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