West Midlands law firm confirms senior appointment

Legal | Midlands
Graham Beesley
Graham Beesley

Leading West Midlands law firm Enoch Evans LLP has announced the appointment of Graham Beesley as the firm’s new practice director.

Graham joins 136-year-old firm, Enoch Evans LLP with 20-years of senior finance and operational experience at law firms in the North West of the country. Most recently, Graham worked for Liverpool-based Bermans where he was a practice manager and board member with responsibility for the firm’s core business support services. Prior to joining Bermans in 2014, Graham worked at various other law firms as finance director.

Graham said: “Enoch Evans LLP has a long and proud tradition of being an active part of the community it serves. This translates to strong relationships with its client base and a close-knit team culture which was one of the things that attracted me to the role. I am delighted to have joined during a time of growth for the firm; it now has an established base in Sutton Coldfield as well as its historic location in Walsall, with its standing in the respected Legal 500 strengthening each year.”

David Evans, managing partner at Enoch Evans LLP, said: “Our customer relationships and the personal service we extend to every client is central to what makes Enoch Evans LLP different as a law firm. The practice director is central to making this possible by supporting the wider team and ensuring operations run smoothly while always striving to improve and innovate. We’re thrilled to welcome Graham and look forward to his input as we make the firm’s plans for growth a reality throughout 2021.”

This announcement follows continued investment in the firm’s services and expertise including the 2020 appointment of Kelly Pledger as a solicitor in its commercial litigation team and Laura Phillips as a solicitor within the residential conveyancing department.

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