Wadsworths Solicitors added another two members to its outstanding team this week, recruiting staff for two growing departments.
Suraiya Isaac has joined as a Solicitor and Head of Commercial Litigation and Harriet Muffett as a paralegal in the Commercial Property Department.
John Wadsworth, Managing Director and Head of Litigation said “We’re delighted to welcome Suraiya and Harriet to the company at what is proving to be a very exciting year for us.
Suraiya graduated from the University of Warwick with an honours degree in law and completed her Law Society Finals (now LPC) at the College of Law in 1991. She trained with Edge and Ellison in London and Birmingham. On qualification she worked with Hammond Suddards. Both firms have since merged into Squire Patton Boggs. As a result, Suraiya gained the highest quality of training and work experience with some of the world’s leading lawyers.
Suraiya went on to work with Harrison Clark (now Rickerbys), she has also worked with both plc’s and owner managed companies and is renowned for providing pragmatic solution orientated legal advice all encompassed with a high level of client care.
She said: “Wadsworths are an established firm in Solihull with an excellent reputation for client care and serving their local community which mirror my own core values. Wadsworths are perfectly positioned for growth in the commercial client arena and I am looking forward to advising and new clients and I am excited to be joining a competent and entrepreneurialteam to contribute to this growth.
Harriet Muffett will be working alongside Chris Dingley, Head of Commercial Property as the department continues to get busier following its formation in early 2017. Harriet said: “I’ve been made to feel very welcome during my first few days at the firm and I’m really looking forward to learning from Chris and the rest of the Wadsworths team.”
Wadsworths Solicitors have been based in Shirley, Solihull for over 30 years. They have recently been named as one of the UK’s Top 100 Small Businesses 2018 by SmallBiz100 and acknowledged for their work supporting the local community.