Three promotions at Wisbech branch of Metcalfe Copeman and Pettefar solicitors

PUBLISHED: 08:03 07 March 2018

Lorraine Campbell and Claire James have been made partners at at the Wisbech branch of Metcalfe Copeman and Pettefar solicitors. Sarah Gregory was also made an associate.

Lorraine Campbell and Claire James have been made partners at at the Wisbech branch of Metcalfe Copeman and Pettefar solicitors. Sarah Gregory was also made an associate.

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Three staff members at the Wisbech branch of Metcalfe Copeman and Pettefar solicitors are celebrating their promotions.

Lorraine Campbell and Claire James have been made partners, and Sarah Gregory an associate.

All three started their careers as either office juniors or junior secretaries and have worked their way up to become legal secretaries or legal assistants.

They have also passed the exams with Chartered Institute of Legal Executives to become chartered legal executives.

Claire and Lorraine both specialise in residential property law.

Sarah is a full accredited member of the Solicitors for the Elderly.

She has also studied for and obtained a diploma in trust and estates law from the Society of the Trust and Estate Practitioners.

She is a registered trust and estate practitioner and has also been promoted to head of probate department.

The company also has offices in Thetford, Peterborough and King’s Lynn.

Visit www.mcp-law.co.uk for more information.

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