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Challinors welcome six new hires

Challinors has announced six new additions to their firm in the specialist childcare, wills trusts and probate, clinical negligence, and crime teams.

Cheryl McSheen-Bailey is joining the wills, trusts and probate team at the firm’s Birmingham branch. She is a qualified Notary Public and has previously worked as the head of Quality Solicitors Forum Law’s wills trusts and probate department in Solihull.

The wills and probate team are growing with the addition of Felicity Rackstraw who will work as a paralegal. She has previously worked at city rival Blakemores and in the private client department for Grindleys solicitors in Stoke-on-Trent.

Sarah Bevan is joining Challinors’ seven-strong clinical negligence team. Sarah worked at Coventry practice Brindley Twist Tafft & James for six years and specialised in clinical negligence work.

Ms Bevan has 25 years experience in the field of personal injury and clinical negligence and is a member of the Law Society’s Specialist Clinical Negligence Referral Panel.

Baldip Singh joins Challinors as a specialist higher rights and criminal solicitor. He will be part of the 30-plus specialist crime team in the firm’s Leicester office. He is joining the firm from Leicester firm ZMS Solicitors.

Kieron Shaw will become part of the Challinors’ childcare team as a paralegal. He has previously worked as a legal assistant at Blakemores, Birmingham.

The final new addition is Anne Gillespie who will be starting as a legal executive at the firm’s Halesowen office, Challinors White & Billingham.

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