Cwmbran based law firm QualitySolicitors Rubin Lewis O’Brien has expanded their business with the appointment of two new Partners.
Helen Barry and Gregor Tay-Lodge have been appointed as part of a wider recruiting process the company is currently undergoing.
Helen Barry, a senior solicitor within the firm, joined QualitySolicitors Rubin Lewis O’Brien in March 2012 from a Legal 500 practice as Head of Residential Conveyancing. Helen has considerable experience in all aspects of residential conveyancing and has acquired a number of key contracts with major estate agents and mortgage advisors for the practice; whilst also obtaining the Conveyancing Quality Scheme Accreditation for the department.
A senior lawyer with considerable management experience; Gregor Tay-Lodge has been appointed as Head of Civil and Commercial Litigation. He joins the firm from a national practice and has extensive experience in his field; representing clients in High Court, County Court and the Appeal Courts. His role will be to manage and promote all areas of civil and commercial litigation as well as to oversee the new expansion of the department. Greg is also a highly experienced Regulatory and Compliance lawyer.
Speaking of the appointment Helen said: “I’m thrilled to be appointed as Partner to QualitySolicitors Rubin Lewis O’Brien. I hope to continue the growth of the department and increase local awareness of the services we offer.” Greg is delighted to have joined the firm and said: “The firm is well positioned to take advantage of the improvement in market conditions, both in South Wales and nationally.”