Walker Morris Construction Team goes from strength to strength with latest appointment

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The Construction & Engineering Team at law firm Walker Morris becomes one of the largest in the region with the appointment of solicitor Carly Thorpe.

This latest appointment brings the total number of construction lawyers at the Firm to 13, including 4 partners – all of whom are independently ranked in the Chambers & Partners guide to the legal profession.

Prior to joining Walker Morris Carly worked in the construction team at Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co in Birmingham, where she advised a number of large contractors and house builders on their construction claims.

The Walker Morris Team is one of the largest dedicated construction legal teams in the region and is currently advising on some of the most significant construction litigation cases in the UK.

The Team is known for its expertise in both contentious and non-contentions construction matters, advising a nationwide client base including organisations such as the Oil and Pipelines Agency, Asda and Unite Group plc.  It has also developed expertise in key sectors such as energy and education.

Jules Harbage, partner in the Walker Morris Construction & Engineering Team commented:

“We are delighted that Carly has joined the Team she has a wealth of experience in contentious construction matters and will be a valuable member of the Team.  We have seen a significant rise in demand for our services over the last couple of years, prompting our recruitment of a number of key lawyers.

“What stands the Walker Morris Construction & Engineering Team apart is that almost all our lawyers can advise on both contentious and non-contentious issues.  This dual skilled approach means that our clients benefit from the continuity in the team. Should a project unfortunately become litigious, the same team can advise and all the knowledge gained from the inception of the project is retained, enabling our team to ‘hit the ground running’.”

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