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Pryers Solicitors LLP is proud to announce the appointment of four new partners to the firm:  Alex McKnight, Richard Starkie, Carmel Walsh and Robyn Hawxby.

Having worked at the firm as Associates, the new Partners have already made a significant contribution to the development and expansion of the firm and continue to run successful teams in the firm. This has now been recognised with their elevation to partnership.

Senior Partner Ian Pryer commented “ We are delighted that Alex, Richard, Carmel and  Robyn, have accepted partnership at the firm, as it goes from strength to strength.”

The firm has grown substantially over the last few years and plans for further expansion in the key areas of medical negligence, product liabilityand personal injury are on the horizon, as the firm capitalises on changes in the legal sector. The appointments of the new partners will help to further establish Pryers Solicitors as a centre of excellence in the York region serving clients both locally and nationally.

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A photograph of the new partners at Pryers Solicitors, with Ian Pryer and Time Gorman

Pictured from left to right: Alex McKnight, Carmel Walsh, Ian Pryer, Tim Gorman, Robyn Hawxby and Richard Starkie in the reception at Pryers’ York office.

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