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WSP Solicitors’ conveyancing department expands

The Residential Conveyancing Department at WSP Solicitors in Stroud continues to grow, with the recruitment of conveyancer, Leanne Cooper.

Leanne joins WSP Solicitors with a wealth of experience in property law and an extensive knowledge of the Gloucestershire property market. Registered with the Council for Licenced Conveyancers, Leanne largely deals with registered and unregistered freehold and leasehold residential sales and purchases across a range of low to high value transactions.

Leanne Cooper said: "I am really excited by the new opportunity working at WSP Solicitors will provide. I am looking forward to building some great new connections locally and being part of a department at the core of a long-standing legal business in the county."

WSP Solicitors has also recently hired solicitor, Lorraine Bruton, and paralegal, Vicki Dick, to continue to ensure it can meet client demand and maintain excellent service levels throughout all property transactions.

Lucy McCallum, board director and head of residential conveyancing, said: "I am delighted to have Leanne join us at WSP Solicitors. We have a fantastic working relationship and I know she will fit into the team very well. It is an exciting time in the department with new starters and new technology allowing us to continue to optimise the service we provide our clients."

Leanne will be based in WSP Solicitors' Stroud office on Rowcroft.

WSP Solicitors is an independent legal practice, with offices in Stroud and Gloucester. The firm has been offering legal advice and support to local people and businesses for over 260 years.

It provides a wide range of legal services, including residential and commercial conveyancing; wills, trusts and probate; children and family law; divorce and dissolution; buying and selling businesses; and commercial contracts.

For more information, go to or call 01453 847200.

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