People & Appointments

Law firm takes on new staff to meet client demand

Written by Peter Davison on .

Jas Chahal and Kelly Rogers

 

Law firm Awdry Bailey & Douglas has taken on new staff across its Wiltshire branches to meet client demand.

Jas Chahal joins the firm's Swindon office as a residential conveyancer, and litigation solicitor Kelly Rogers joins the Devizes team.

Jas is a highly knowledgeable residential conveyancer with over 25 years’ experience in the field. During that time she has built up invaluable relationships with clients, estate agents and brokers.

Jas re-joins the firm and will use her extensive, real-life expertise to offer a high quality, personal service to all clients and to ensure their move proceeds smoothly and successfully.

Kelly has a masters degree in law and over twenty years’ experience in civil litigation.

Kelly specialises in general civil litigation disputes which include contractual claims, debt recovery, personal injury, landlord and tenant, contested probate, boundary disputes and many other types of dispute.

Other appointments include Sabina Islam, legal secretary conveyancing (Swindon), Mandy Mears, receptionist (Devizes), Gail Hickman, receptionist (Devizes) and Steve McGanity, IT support analyst (Devizes).

Alistair Everett, managing partner of Awdry Bailey & Douglas, said: “Our aim is to provide excellence to our clients in everything we do, and our people are at the heart of that.

We believe in, and value our people and want everyone to enjoy working here. We do this by creating a positive, supportive and forward-looking environment, where everyone is valued.

That’s why we are so pleased to welcome all our new colleagues to the firm, who are able to use their knowledge and experience to benefit not only their fellow colleagues and the firm as a whole, but to continue to provide the excellent levels of client service we are renowned for throughout Wiltshire”.

Pictured: Jas Chahal and Kelly Rogers