Four new partners join Harrison Clark Rickerbys
PUBLISHED: 16:01 21 January 2019
“Our growth has always followed client demand and so it is now – we are always ready to take on talented people who can offer our clients the standard of expertise and care that we expect.”
Four new partners have come on board at Harrison Clark Rickerbys in different specialisms across the firm - with the corporate, employment and wills, trusts and estates teams benefiting from the new additions.
Corporate lawyer Robert Rice and wills, trusts and estate expert Victoria Baker join the firm’s Thames Valley office, while Chris Mayers’ experience in employment and professional negligence claims boost the Wye Valley team and Beth King-Smith takes on the leadership of the firm’s contentious probate team in Worcester.
Richard Knight, the firm’s senior partner, said: “Our growth has always followed client demand and so it is now – we are always ready to take on talented people who can offer our clients the standard of expertise and care that we expect. We are delighted that Robert, Victoria, Chris and Beth have joined us and we look forward to working with them.”
Chris, whose considerable experience in employment law extends to professional negligence and mediation, said: “I’m looking forward to working with the firm’s diverse range of clients and with a very experienced and expert team.”
Victoria, who is also a notary public, said: “I think this is a great opportunity to build on the firm’s wills and trusts service in the area – I’m very happy to be part of a team with such a well-deserved reputation for client care.”
Harrison Clark Rickerbys has 480 staff and partners based at offices in Worcester, Cheltenham, Birmingham, Hereford, the Wye Valley, the Thames Valley, Cambridge and central London, who provide a complete spectrum of legal services to both business and private clients, regionally and nationwide. The firm also has a number of highly successful teams specialising in individual market sectors, including health and social care, education, advanced manufacturing, agricultural and rural affairs, defence, security and the forces, and construction.