Triple hire rounds off successful 2023 for Steele Raymond

(L-R) Rachel Hadfield, Tim Higham, Jane Lynch and Jennifer Rogerson.

By Sam Pither [email protected]

Published: November 23, 2023 | Updated: 23rd November 2023

Bournemouth law firm Steele Raymond has concluded 2023 with three new hires across its residential, private client and business services teams.

Joining the firm’s Residential Property team as a partner is Tim Higham, formerly of Trethowans, how brings a wealth of experience in conveyancing, sales, purchases, mortgages, and rights over land.

Senior Associate Jane Lynch has joined the firm’s Wills, Trusts and Probate team from Parfitt Cresswell in Reading.

An experienced private client solicitor, Jane has extensive expertise in advising high-net-worth individuals and complex family dynamics on their wills, trusts and probate needs.

Steele Raymond has also welcomed Marketing Manager Rachel Hadfield to the team.

Rachel has a background in professional services marketing and PR, having most recently held the position of Head of Marketing, South at Azets. With over 15 years of experience, Rachel deeply understands the South region and its market.

Of the appointments, Jennifer Rogerson, Managing Partner of Steele Raymond, said: “2023 has been a pivotal year for Steele Raymond. The addition of Tim, Jane, and Rachel marks a cornerstone in our strategic growth.”

“These appointments, alongside other key recruitments and promotions, underscore our commitment to delivering top-tier legal services, ready to meet the evolving needs of our clients.”

“With our expanded team, we are poised to continue our trajectory as a leading law firm in the South.”

The new hires cap off a successful year for the firm, with other high-profile hires including Residential Development partners Paul Hinett and Emma Pope, associate Henry Barker and solicitor Minaz-Parol Rahman.

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