Growing the business and remaining future focused is something that Mills Selig excel at.
Having recently celebrated their 60th year in business, Mills Selig are very much looking to the future of the business and are invested in the future of Northern Ireland.
Based in the prominent Cornmarket area of Belfast City Centre, Mills Selig has grown their legal team ten-fold since it first opened for business in 1959. Earlier this year, the local law firm shared their intention of creating future jobs with the expansion of the firm, and indeed have recently recruited six new solicitors and four new trainee solicitors.
Mills Selig are committed to empowering their employees, setting them on a progressive career path within the firm. Their culture includes a shared mission, vision and set of values that helps to attract and retain the best lawyers within their respective fields.
Solicitor Lauren Shaw recently re-joined the Mills Selig Property team firm having spent several years away in Oxford. Having returned to Northern Ireland the decision to re-join Mills Selig was an easy one given the friendships and the high quality of work and client base that the firm boasts.
Joining Lauren in the Property team are solicitors Robyn Butler and Michael Young The property team, led by Director Anne Skeggs, has now increased to 10 individual lawyers, with experience in both residential and commercial law.
Newly qualified solicitor Emma McCloskey has become a permanent member of the Corporate team having completed her training contact with the firm and is joined by another new recruit, solicitor Jenna Watt. As a leading corporate and commercial law firm and under the guidance of Director Chris Guy, the newly appointed solicitors have immediately stepped into high profile and complex deals, including the recent sale of Novosco.
Rebecca Logan joins the Litigation department which manages a wide range of commercial disputes. The department is headed up by Director, Emma Hunt who recently listed by Chamber and Partners as a leading individual in Litigation and Real Estate Litigation.
Trainee solicitors Kathryn O’Hagan, Conor Mulligan, Mairi-Claire Power and Ryan Leonard will complete a two-year dedicated programme where there will be given front line experience across all 17 areas of law covered by Mills Selig.
The creation of jobs sits hand in hand with the continued growth of the firm. Sharing an insight as to what makes Mills Selig unique, John Kearns continued, “Our team of lawyers are the best in the business. Our strategy is simple, we provide a personable, proactive and exceptional service to our clients to ensure we achieve the best outcome. We pride ourselves on being business focused advisors. We’re local, we know and understand the business landscape inside and out.”