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Amir Assadi

Hindle Campbell Law are delighted to announce the appointment of Corporate and Commercial Property specialist, Emily Walker, as a director.

Emily Walker, Corporate and Commercial
Property Specialist.

Emily trained and started her legal career at a prominent North East firm before joining Hindle Campbell in September 2017. Since then, she has been instrumental in the growth of the Corporate, Commercial and Residential Property departments. She was promoted to Associate Solicitor in 2019 and became Head of Corporate, Commercial and Property in January 2021.

Throughout Emily’s time so far at Hindle Campbell, the firm has become accredited to the Law Society Conveyancing Quality Scheme and Emily has attracted and retained a large number of experienced business clients in connection with share sales, mergers and acquisitions and management buy-outs. In addition, Emily and her department are regularly involved in complex commercial property transactions above £2m and she has a deserved reputation for her ability, her attention to detail and client care.

Commenting on her promotion, Clive Hindle, who founded the firm in 1978 and remains a key figure in the industry said, “Emily began working with me in Corporate and Commercial Property work in September 2017 and I saw her potential immediately. Since then, she has developed exponentially and has more than earned her promotion. This is not simply my opinion: the number of accolades she receives directly from clients speak for themselves.”

The appointment follows a period of sustained growth for Hindle Campbell, a leading local law firm in many areas based in North Shields. Emily’s promotion is expected to be followed by further recruitment into the department in October 2021.

All the directors and staff at Hindle Campbell congratulate Emily on her appointment and wish her well in her new role in the firm.