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Our People

Meet The Team

We have many key individuals within the firm, all playing their part in ensuring the things that matter to you work.

Dave Blayney
Senior Legal Assistant
Rebecca Palmer
Solicitor
Elizabeth Hawley
Solicitor
Malgorzata Bronisz-Handley (Gosia)
Solicitor
Edward Rees
Partner
Giles Scott
Partner - Head of Private Client
Bridget Hughes
Chartered Legal Executive
Charles Almond
Partner
Sally Lawrence Smith
Solicitor
Tristan Lewis
Associate Solicitor
Kevin Thomas
Partner
Lisa Jones
Associate Solicitor
David Pugh
Associate Solicitor
Julia Thomas
Legal Assistant
Kate Lawson
Associate Solicitor
Catherine Field
Trainee Solicitor
Michelle Simmonds
Legal Assistant
Rita Ella
Solicitor
Tracey Norcup
Secretary
Vanessa Ford
Legal Assistant
Julie Langford
Legal Assistant
Hollie Daniels
Legal Support Assistant
Jan Hope
Secretary
Helen Jones
Secretary
Deena Jones
Secretary
Val Howard
Secretary
Clare Boote
Secretary
Teresa Merriman
Secretary
Henrietta Atkins
Secretary
Julie Evans
Secretary
Emma Farrington
Trainee Solicitor

Latest News

16 May 2019

Young Enterprise

Lanyon Bowdler was delighted to attend the Young Enterprise celebration event in May 2019. As always the students&rsq...

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16 May 2019

Mooting Competition

Staff from Lanyon Bowdler were proud to judge the final of the 2019 Regional Schools Mooting Competition at the Unive...

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14 May 2019

Bereavement Damages

All too often, when the government announces an intention to change the law relating to personal injury and clinical ...

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Latest Case Study

15 May 2019

Amputation of left leg settles for just under £1million

A claimant from Telford, received just under £1 million in

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04 Oct 2018

Successful Application for Contract to be Terminated

D was injured in a road traffic collision several years ago and his personal injury claim settled for several million...

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04 Oct 2018

Lady Lacking Capacity has Cash Withdrawn by Family Member

W was an elderly lady who lacked capacity to manage her financial affairs. She had been admitted to a care home follo...

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