Furley Page has appointed one of its most talented newly qualified solicitors to its dispute resolution team.

Lucy Waldron, 25, has excelled during her two years of training with the firm, which is recognised by independent legal guides Chambers UK and The Legal 500. She now specialises in dealing with a range of commercial disputes including contract, company and partnership disputes, intellectual property and construction.

Lucy also deals with matters concerning disputed wills, trusts and probate.

Peter Hawkes, senior partner and head of dispute resolution, said: ‘Lucy is an exceptional young lawyer and is already proving to be an invaluable asset to the team.

‘The dispute resolution team is one of the top teams at Furley Page. It has developed an enviable reputation for the depth of expertise held by our highly experienced specialists, and with the addition of talented new lawyers like Lucy I’m confident it will continue to go from strength to strength.’

Lucy completed her GCSEs and A-levels at Simon Langton Girls’ Grammar in Canterbury before studying for her LLB law degree at the University of Essex in 2009, graduating with first-class honours.