New additions add to Boyce Hatton’s growth

Boyce Hatton are delighted to welcome two new appointments which further underpin the firm’s continued growth in 2021.

Boyce Hatton are delighted to welcome two new appointments which further underpin the firm’s continued growth in 2021. Firstly, highly experienced Chartered Legal Executive, Judy Vaughan, returns to Boyce Hatton after 14 years away and joins our busy property team advising clients on all aspects of residential property including sales, purchases, mortgages and re-mortgages, and leasehold arrangements.

In addition, we welcome Vicki Brook as Marketing and PR Manager. Vicki has a wealth of experience in professional services and will be instrumental in delivering our marketing and business development strategy, as well as provide practical marketing support.

Kate Barton, Managing Partner, commented; “I am thrilled to welcome both Judy and Vicki as the most recent in a succession of new additions to the team this year. Our busy residential property team will really benefit from Judy’s return, and we are excited to be able to provide the communities of Torquay, Totnes and the South Hams with her expertise and the excellent client service for which she is well known.

Vicki brings a wealth of experience within professional services, having come from a large accountancy firm which has seen significant growth in the last few years. Her knowledge in this area will be instrumental in driving the firm forward”.

Commenting on her return to Boyce Hatton, Judy said; “After 14 years working in Exeter and Torquay it’s good to be back at Boyce Hatton where I began my career as a conveyancer.”

Vicki added; “Boyce Hatton have an excellent reputation for placing client service at the heart of everything that we do, as well as having an exceptional working culture, so it is a really exciting time to be joining the team and being able to make a valuable contribution to the progression of the firm”.

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