A number of appointments have been made to further bolster the experience and expertise at leading legal, financial and property company Pagan Osborne.
As part of the ongoing development of its business structure, the Edinburgh and Fife company has appointed Tessa Till as Partner with the newly created title of Client Development Manager.
A further six people have recently joined the company, with three positions still available.
Tessa is also a senior tutor on the private client course for the diploma in Professional Legal Practice at the University of Edinburgh and an examiner for the Society for Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) in Trusts and Estates and Financial Planning. She said:
“I am really looking forward to working with the team at Pagan Osborne and further increasing its profile in the Edinburgh legal community.
“Pagan Osborne has a fantastic ethos – blending traditional practices with a modern approach. This really appealed to me and I am delighted to be involved with the business.”
Tessa’s role will be to lead a team of six people to develop the business, as well as delivering high quality legal services directly to clients.
Two newly-qualified solicitors, Sarah-Jane Macdonald and Doran Mitchell, have also joined the Private Client team. Paralegal Jennifer Waller has joined the executry department, with Elaine Gray due to join the conveyancing team later this month, and the Edinburgh property office welcomes valuer Kieran Goudie and branch support Rebecca Simpson.
Alistair Morris, chief executive of Pagan Osborne, said:
“This year we have developed the business to continue to provide forward-thinking and innovative legal, property and financial services. It is important to continuously evolve when the lives of our clients and the market we operate in also consistently do so.
“We are delighted with these new additions to our team and we look forward to the role each of these people will play in improving the experience for our clients.”
Pagan Osborne, which has around 100 staff across Edinburgh and Fife, is looking to recruit a legal executive in Tax and Trusts, a conveyancing solicitor and private client legal executive.