New Head of Conveyancing

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Progressive Wiltshire law firm Awdry Bailey & Douglas announces new Head of Conveyancing

One of Wiltshire’s leading law firms, Awdry Bailey & Douglas are delighted to announce the appointment of a new Head of Conveyancing – Yasmine Machin.  The firm prides itself on personal development and acknowledging success, which has been clearly demonstrated in the appointment of Yasmine, who has worked for ABD since August 2020.

Yasmine is a highly experienced Licensed Conveyancer, having qualified in 2013 and worked at Gloucester Land Registry for ten years immediately prior to qualification. She also has a Masters in law from the College of Law and a wealth of knowledge in all aspects of property law. One of her key strength lies in being able to spot potential issues and deal with them before they become problems that would delay a transaction.

Alistair Everett, Managing Partner at Awdry Bailey and Douglas commented “We interviewed excellent candidates for this position, but since joining us Yasmine has clearly demonstrated that she always places clients’ needs at the heart of everything she does, whilst also being a keen leader, and as such, is a perfect fit for this role.

Not only is Yasmine now the Head of Conveyancing, but she is also part of the Management team and we are already benefiting from her extensive knowledge and expertise. We are delighted to be able to promote from within the firm for this role.  Acknowledging success and personal development aren’t just buzzwords to us, they are key values that provide the foundation for our future success.”

Yasmine said “This is a very exciting time to be leading such a very talented team of experienced Conveyancers. When joining the firm in August 2020, it was abundantly clear that the whole team are passionate about providing a truly personal service. That’s something I am proud to be a part of and I look forward to working alongside everyone to continue to deliver a high quality service, that truly makes a difference to people lives.”