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Headcount milestone for law firm keen to generate new talent

06:00 07 January 2016

Back row are Gotelee equity partners Tim Humpage, Peter Crix, Andrew West, Brian Morron, Hugh Rowland and Martin Whitworth.  Front row are new starters and trainees Lauren Arafat, Sarah Rhaiti, Hannah Mason, Annalise Shelcott, Hayley Rowland, Mary Canning and Sheldene Ford.

Back row are Gotelee equity partners Tim Humpage, Peter Crix, Andrew West, Brian Morron, Hugh Rowland and Martin Whitworth. Front row are new starters and trainees Lauren Arafat, Sarah Rhaiti, Hannah Mason, Annalise Shelcott, Hayley Rowland, Mary Canning and Sheldene Ford.

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Suffolk-based law firm Gotelee Solicitors is celebrating a milestone after its workforce passed the 100 mark.

The firm, founded in 1880, has enjoyed a period of strong growth in recent years, and says it is investing heavily in its next generation of lawyers and support teams at its Ipswich, Felixstowe and Hadleigh offices.

“Gotelee prides itself on being deep-rooted in the community and a key element of that approach is to be a sustainable business investing for the future and the local community,” said chief executive Alistair Lang.

“We are enthusiastic recruiters and want to grow our own lawyers of the future from our own backyard.”

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