Manchester headquartered BCL Legal - one of the UK’s leading legal recruitment consultancies – has appointed two consultants to its regional network of offices. These latest recruits come just one month after the last batch of five new appointments was announced.
Victoria Noble has joined the firm's Birmingham office. She will be recruiting partners, associates, solicitors, newly qualifieds and paralegals into corporate, commercial, litigation, employment, banking, real estate and private client teams at law firms across the East, West and South Midlands. Victoria joins BCL Legal from eNL where she was an in-house recruitment consultant. She started her legal career as a paralegal at Irwin Mitchell before joining Thompson Solicitors. She qualified as an employment solicitor in 2010.
The firm’s second new starter is Matt Robinson (pictured). Matt has joined BCL Legal’s Yorkshire team and will be sourcing candidates for specialist insurance opportunities. He has worked in the legal sector for 14 years specialising in insurance law and personal injury work including roles at Irwin Mitchell and in-house at The Co-operative Group. He joins BCL Legal from DWF were he was a senior fee earner. Matt is an associate of CILEx - the professional association for chartered legal executives.
James Batt, managing director of BCL Legal, said: “Victoria and Matt’s arrival is yet another boost to our growing team. Both have great knowledge and experience gained within the legal sector along with tenacity and a commercial acumen that will, I’m sure, add value to both our clients and the candidates we work with.”
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