Cleaver Fulton Rankin expands expert team with new appointments and promotions

November 28, 2018

Leading commercial law firm, Cleaver Fulton Rankin has appointed new specialists and made a number of promotions to add to its expert and specialist teams.

As a strong advocate of continual professional development and commitment to recognising achievement, Cleaver Fulton Rankin has promoted three Solicitors to Senior Solicitor position. Nathan Campbell, Employment; Rachel Lewis, Banking and Finance; and Shane Conlan, Commercial Property have each been promoted to Senior Solicitor respectively, in recognition of their excellence, business and practice development and key achievements.

In addition, the market-leading firm has made two key appointments, including an HR Director, Kerri Bradley; and an Associate Solicitor, Conor McCrory.

As one of few Northern Ireland law firms to appoint a HR Director, the addition of Kerri Bradley to the team will support Cleaver Fulton Rankin’s ambitious growth and development objective. Kerri’s expert knowledge in people development and in the commercial impact of Human Resources will shape the development, delivery and continuous improvement of the firm and its people.

Kerri joined the firm from Robinsons Services Group, where she worked as a HR Manager for one of Northern Ireland’s top 50 largest employers and prior to this worked for Legal-Island, a highly respected Employment Law and HR Training Organisation.

Commercial immigration specialist, Conor McCrory has been appointed as an Associate Solicitor to the Employment and Immigration Law team. Conor has over 10 years’ experience advising clients on immigration law matters in London, and will add specialist expertise to the team, providing clients with bespoke immigration assistance within Northern Ireland and beyond.

Managing Director, Jonathan Forrester is delighted with the new appointments and promotions which he comments “will add to the calibre and quality of our market leading team of legal and business professionals.”

“I am delighted to welcome Kerri and Conor to the firm, who will each add valuable expertise and experience. I would also like to congratulate Nathan, Rachel and Shane on their promotions and wish them well in their new positions.”