Newly Qualified Solicitors at Ridley & Hall
Friday 30 March 2012
Ridley & Hall solicitors are delighted to announce that newly qualified solicitors Nosheen Bukhari and Rebecca Chapman have been appointed to the Wills & Probate and Community Care teams respectively. Their promotion has come in part due to the success of two recent services launched by Ridley & Hall. Elderflower is a collaborative service which provides specialist legal, financial and bereavement advice to those at or approaching retirement age. The Grandparents Legal Centre provides services across England and Wales, working closely with various Grandparents support groups on issues such as kinship care, contact with grandchildren and residence orders.
Managing Partner Adam Fletcher commented “Ridley & Hall acknowledge the importance of recruiting the right calibre of solicitors and it became clear during Nosheen and Rebecca’s training contracts that they had a clear focus on client service and would complement the experienced teams which they are joining”
Nosheen has a keen ability for engaging proactively with her clients. She is practical and efficient whilst remaining warm and compassionate making her well suited to the Wills team. Nosheen has gone on to form close relationships with a broad range of clients and establish links with local community groups.
Rebecca represents vulnerable clients in relation to obtaining services from local authorities such as appropriate placements, direct payments, help for carers and adaptations to the home. Rebecca is experienced in judicial review challenging local authorities and in Court of Protection proceedings.