Leading multi-disciplined law firm, Banner Jones Solicitors, has expanded its Business Legal Services division with the appointment of Solicitor, Rachael Flintoft, to its Sheffield office.
Joining from Wake Smith Solicitors with immediate effect, Rachael brings with her over ten years of legal experience specialising in commercial property leases, acquisition, disposal and financing.
Rachael has joined the growing Business Legal Services division at Banner Jones and will operate across the commercial law arena using her expertise to advise clients on a range commercial matters.
Commenting on her appointment, Rachael said: “Banner Jones is a well-respected law firm operating within South Yorkshire, Derbyshire and North Nottinghamshire and I’m delighted to be joining the team!”
Stephen Gordon, Head of Business Legal Services at Banner Jones, added: “Welcoming Rachael to the Banner Jones team has been a pleasure and I have no doubt that her extensive experience and dedication to the field will see her thrive and work hard to achieve the very best results for our clients in Sheffield.
“Banner Jones is continually working to expand and increase its regional presence and Rachael’s appointment is indicative of the strategies we’ve put in place to achieve this.”
Having ranked as a ‘Leading Firm’ in the 2019 UK Legal 500 for the sixth year running, Banner Jones’ 130-strong team based across the firm’s offices in Sheffield, Chesterfield, Dronfield, Mansfield and Nottingham prides itself on being independently recognised for the outstanding quality of service which it provides.
Over recent months, the Business Legal Services team has acted on a number of high-profile transactions in Sheffield, including the lease of a 15,000 sq ft facility to leading South Yorkshire manufacturer, Sheffield Kitchen Outlet.
"Banner Jones is a well-respected law firm operating within South Yorkshire, Derbyshire and North Nottinghamshire and Im delighted to be joining the team!"
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