Another strong team player joins the expanding commercial property department at Glenville Walker and Partners
Liverpool based business lawyers and advisers, Glenville Walker and Partners has welcomed Associate Paul Smith into the commercial property team during their next phase of appointments.
Paul joins the firm with 5 years’ experience as a property solicitor having previously worked for another Northwest specialist property firm, handling both commercial and residential conveyancing.
Paul is recognised in the market for his lateral thinking and commercial approach to client matters which makes him the perfect fit in joining the team.
Glenville Walker and Partners is an expert business law firm specialising in property law, corporate, commercial, intellectual property, employment law and family law and with a straight-talking team that helps solve any business focused legal concerns. The firm unites high growth owner-managed businesses with commercially astute and pragmatic lawyers.
Paul said “I am thrilled to be part of such an astute and dynamic team. The opportunity to raise my profile in the property sector both locally and nationally whilst collaborating with expert lawyers was one that I simply could not overlook. I feel that the firm has the perfect environment for me to continue to development and accomplish my professional aspirations. The first-class service that clients’ have come to expect from Glenville Walker and Partners, from commercial and residential property, to general commercial, intellectual property and corporate, is a standard that I wish to uphold.”
Property Partner Philip Rees-Roberts said “Paul always left a very good impression when acting on the other side in transactions. His approach is client centric, personable, and pragmatic. When the opportunity arose to appoint Paul it was an easy decision.“
Director and Head of Business Law Denise Walker said “Paul is a great addition to our team and we are delighted to have him join the firm. Contacts of his have already reached out to us to say how lucky we are to have him. That of course is very nice to know!“