Thursfields has made eight new appointments since the start of 2018, taking its overall staff numbers above 140.
In Worcester, Laura Smith has joined as an associate in the Wills & Estates division, while Emily Regimbeau has joined the company as legal secretary in the Commercial Property division.
Over in Kidderminster, Sharon Oakley has joined as senior associate and Jodie Harper as legal assistant in the Wills & Estates Division.
In Solihull, Pauline O’Rourke has been recruited as senior associate in the Family division, while Jade Linton has been recruited as an associate in the Commercial Services team.
Meanwhile, James Monk has joined as a senior associate in the Commercial Services team in Halesowen, and Philip Rea has been appointed as a senior associate in the Family division in Birmingham.
Michelle O’Hara, director of HR and commercial services, said: “Thursfields is rapidly expanding across the Midlands and is attracting high-calibre lawyers who want to work for a company that offers them the chance to make a difference to our clients.
Thursfields’ turnover has grown by 20 per cent in each of the last four financial years, and we now have more than 140 staff working in our seven offices in Birmingham, Solihull, Worcester, Kidderminster, Halesowen, Sedgley and Stourport-on-Severn.
With our full range of legal services and expert lawyers to deliver them, we believe we have developed a client offering that is customer-led and stands out from the crowd.”