Boutique commercial law firm Primas Law has revealed three new hires in line with its growth strategy for 2022.
The announcement comes shortly after a flurry of recent appointments for the company across a variety of departments and seniority levels.
Alexia Savar joins the team as an insolvency litigator and Fatima Iqbal and Lawrence Isaac join as paralegals in their corporate and commercial and construction and projects teams respectively.
It will see the business add further talent and expertise to its growing teams.
Savar has joined the firm’s corporate recoveries and Insolvency department and is based in the Manchester office. With experience in the fields of dispute resolution, debt recovery, insolvency and commercial litigation, she joins the team as an insolvency litigator.
Iqbal joins Primas Law as a paralegal in the corporate and commercial team, boasting major experience working for multinational clients and a distinction in her LLM in International Commercial Law.
Lawrence Isaac has joined Primas Law as a paralegal in the construction and projects team and will work alongside David Vayro.
Primas Law has also confirmed the promotion of Jonathan Herd to trainee solicitor in its real estate department.
Adam Kerr, managing partner of Primas Law, said: “We have an expansive business plan for this coming year and it’s really pleasing to have already delivered on a part of that strategy in the first quarter of the financial year.
“These quality new team members, along with some excellent client wins and marquee instructions, mean that we’ve had a great start to the financial year. We’ve an exciting year ahead.”
Primas Law has offices in Manchester, Cheshire and London and specialises in employment, real estate, insolvency, litigation and corporate and commercial law.