Specialist property debt collection firm, Realty Law Limited, has announced the expansion of its Birmingham-based team with the appointment of eight new staff.
The new hires are led by senior residential property litigator Liz Rowen, a former partner of law firm Keebles, that was recently acquired by Knights.
She is joined by former Knights colleagues, Evie Britton, Kirsty Elliott, Cherice St Louis, Abby France and Sam Cooper, as well as two new administration assistants.
Realty recently announced the appointment of experienced property litigator Darren Clegg to lead the commercial property debt collection practice and develop its extensive portfolio of regional and national clients.
Its latest new additions represent a significant increase in the firm’s capacity and capability which has also benefited from an investment in new AI software and a fully integrated practice management system.
Gregory Emms, Director of Realty said: “The recruitment of Liz Rowen and her team will significantly improve Realty’s offering to new and existing clients. Realty’s strength and depth of knowledge now makes it one of the country’s leading property related debt collection practices. All of us look forward to working with Liz and her team to offer an exceptional service to our clients.”
Liz Rowen said: “Having worked within the property management industry for over a decade, Realty Law was a natural fit for the team and I. In an industry that has faced rapid change, Realty’s focus on providing an excellent client service, together with its approachable ethos, aligned perfectly with the team’s values. We are all very excited to be able to expand the services that Realty will now be able to provide to clients and support the continued growth of the firm.”
Photo: Gregory Emms (back, right) and Stephen Gilmore (front, right) welcome new members of Realty Law’s revamped legal team.