Parker Bullen Solicitors, which has offices in Salisbury, Andover and Romsey, has defied the Pandemic by turning the past 12 months into one of its best years ever.

Not only has Parker Bullen opened its new Romsey office, the firm has taken on two conveyancers and two paralegals in its expanding property department, and a further associate in its private client department.

  • Caitlin Kelleher joins residential property team as licensed conveyancer;
  • Amy Cushing joins commercial property team as licensed conveyancer;
  • Paralegals Isabella Allan and Sam Harley join property department;
  • Samantha O’Sullivan joins private client department as associate.

In addition, three of the years qualifying trainees will remain with the firm when they qualify in the autumn.

  • Meggie Sheldon will join the commercial property department;
  • Hannah Abbott will join the family department;
  • Katen Patel will join the commercial department.

Gareth Horner, Managing Partner, Parker Bullen, said: “Covid has focused peoples’ minds, giving them time to think about their personal circumstances, aspirations and concerns. We are seeing the benefits of that. Unlike some firms we also stayed open throughout the pandemic to better serve our clients, as a result we have benefited from the strong property market and from businesses that needed legal support. Our philosophy remains growing our existing talent and recruiting in order to serve our clients’ needs.”

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