Monday, July 15, 2024

Candice promoted to role of Associate Solicitor

Sheffield property law firm Mason Thomas Law has marked its fifth anniversary by promoting legal team member Candice Birch to the role of Associate Solicitor.

Candice, a commercial property solicitor joined the firm in 2021. Since joining she has overseen a number of successful property transactions, including the high street expansion of the vintage clothing company Glass Onion.

She said: “I am really happy to develop my career with such a supportive team around me, and I am excited to help the firm grow in the future. So am pleased to help lots of happy clients from near and far and I am very excited to have a number of interesting projects in the pipeline.”

Candice’s promotion reflects her role in driving forward the business which was founded in 2019. In addition to Candice, the Mason Thomas Law numbers four team members including founder and solicitor Cathy Thomas. Earlier this year it was named as the Commercial Property Team of the Year at the Sheffield & District Law Society 2024 Legal Awards.

Cathy said: “Candice is an intrinsic part of Mason Thomas Law’s future, and her new role reflects this. We are a strong team that is going from strength to strength, I am delighted that Candice sees her future with the firm and will continue to grow her career with us.”

In addition to Candice’s promotion, Mason Thomas Law is marking its fifth year of business with a recruitment drive. In response to growth and surge in demand, the firm is recruiting a Conveyancing Assistant.

Cathy Added: “Our focus on property law together with a strong team has created high demand for our services. It is an exciting time for the business.”

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