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Feb 20

New appointment to meet increased demand at Raworths Solicitors

Raworths Solicitors has announced the appointment of Adam Colville-Robins who has joined the Dispute Resolution team as solicitor, to meet a growing demand for the department’s services.

Adam has worked with both commercial and private clients in a wide range of disputes. His employment will provide support for the existing team whilst providing scope for further growth in the department.

Head of Dispute Resolution, Matthew Hill said: “Adam is enthusiastic and thorough in his approach to work. I’m delighted to welcome him to the team, his addition will enable us to add breadth to our offering, ensuring our clients continue to receive a robust and consistently high level of service.”

Adam has experience in dealing with a wide range of contentious matters including contractual and property disputes. He has also dealt with complex litigation involving defamation and professional negligence. He works closely with clients providing them with bespoke practical advice to achieve their goals.

Adam said: “Raworths has a first-class reputation in the region and I’m looking forward to working with a Chambers and Partners and Legal 500 recognised team, developing opportunities and enhancing my experience.”

The team provides tailored and specialist dispute resolution services to individuals and businesses based throughout the region and beyond.

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