New recruits signal growth for Law and HR Firm


A Nottingham HR and Employment Law consultancy has strengthened its team of legal experts to meet the rising demand for its services.

Laura Evans and Natalie Spink have joined Your HR Lawyer, based in The Ropewalk, the professional quarter of Nottingham, as associate solicitors working in employment law and HR.

Your HR Lawyer has been delivering HR and Employment Law support to businesses across the UK since it was established in 2006.

The team assist businesses throughout the ‘Employment Lifecycle’, from recruitment to dismissal and beyond, for example, offering HR and legal advice, providing up-to-date employment documents and representation at Tribunals, on an ad-hoc, fixed fee or retained basis.

Commenting on the new appointments, managing director Nickie Elenor said: ‘I am delighted by the growth of the team over the past two years. Laura and Natalie are not only experienced solicitors, they also embody the Your HR Lawyer ethos in their approach to client care.

“We intend to continue our steep growth over the next two years in order to support more employers in the East Midlands and nationally.”

Laura and Natalie form part of the now nine-strong team, and both have extensive HR experience in a range of sectors, particularly education and care. Speaking about her new role, Laura said: “I joined the team because I loved what they were all about and how they operated. I am so pleased to be part of such a positive, forward thinking organisation that has its sights set on achieving the best possible outcomes for the client.”

Natalie has advised business across a variety of sectors and is excited to be part of the HR Lawyer team.

“I absolutely love working in such a savvy, friendly environment and it is clear that everyone is passionate about their clients’ interests,” she said.

“I hope that I can really make a difference for busy employers needing a helping hand in managing their people. I aim to really understand what the client wants and provide the support and advice they need to achieve it.”


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