New Starters: Lizzie MacMahon, Ashley Day, Tory Smith and Leah Winstanley join MJC Law

MJC Law is excited to announce the addition of four new members of staff. The growth of the practice means that MJC Law will be able to provide a greater offering to clients whilst maintaining a high level of expertise and a commitment to assisting the most vulnerable.

Left to right – Tory Smith, Ashley Day, Leah Winstanley and Lizzie MacMahon

Lizzie MacMahon has joined as a solicitor and specialises in Court of Protection welfare cases and Community Care matters.  Lizzie joins the Nottingham office, though is based in Oxford and so the appointment will increase MJC Law’s offering in the South. Lizzie says “I am really excited about my future here at MJC Law. It is a really unique opportunity to be able to join such a promising law firm so early on in its development. I am looking forward to building up new professional relationships in Birmingham and the South of England, and seeing what’s in store for MJC in its second year.”

Ashley Day has joined MJC Law’s Leeds office as a Chartered Legal Executive, specialising in Court of Protection welfare cases. Ashley says “I am really excited to have joined MJC Law, working alongside fantastic lawyers to achieve the best outcomes for our clients.  It is great to see the firm progressing from strength to strength and I am keen to develop my relationships (both old and new) with others in the Court of Protection arena within my new role.”

Leah Winstanley also joins MJC Law’s Leeds as a paralegal after recently graduating with a law degree. Leah says “I am delighted to have been given the opportunity to work for such a friendly and passionate firm. It is fantastic to be able to carry out such important and rewarding work.”

Lizzie, Ashley and Leah join MJC Law’s other new recruit for 2019, Tory Smith, who joined January as a paralegal in the Nottingham office after previously working as an Independent Mental Capacity Advocate (IMCA) and a Relevant Person’s Representative (RPR).

With the addition of four members of staff in its first year (taking the total staff count to seven), MJC Law has demonstrated its commitment to conducting publicly funded work at a high level, achieving results that will benefit their clients and providing opportunities for development to its employees.