A property law firm has appointed 12 new staff members into roles across all departments at the firm.

Attwells, who have a head office in central Ipswich and a boutique office in St John’s Wood, London, have made the appointments following a period of rapid company growth.

The additional members include nine paralegals, two legal apprentices and a new business development manager.

Law graduates, Jasmine Howlett, 23, Sofie Helps, 21, Holly Quantrill, 20, and Natalie Hackman, 24, join the residential conveyancing team.

Jamie Hercus, 18, and Emily Bowyer, 19, have been hired as legal apprentices after leaving school.

Daniela Koceva, 38, and Emma Whytefield, 25, bolster the private client team.

Aisha Siddika, 24, and Phil Hewett, 25, join a growing commercial department with particular focus in property development.

Louis Fair, 30, has been appointed to support the expanding employment team.

Finally, Joanne Holmes, 35, has been employed as business development manager to help support the continued growth of the company.

Nick Attwell, partner at Attwells, said about the new appointments: ’We are pleased to welcome 12 new joiners to the team as part of our growth strategy for 2017. We are proud to be able to recruit such bright and able young people and to be part of their career journey. We feel confident about the future for us as a leading firm in the property sector and these appointments reinforce this.’

Attwells is made up of leading experts in employment and property law, with a dedicated team of staff committed to helping people get ahead.