Clough & Willis promotes Caroline Rimmer to conveyancing assistant role
Bury and Bolton based law firm Clough & Willis has promoted long-term employee Caroline Rimmer. Caroline is now the newest conveyancing assistant in the firm’s Residential Property team.
Caroline joined Clough & Willis in 1990. Over the past three decades she has held various support and fee earning roles. After she had her son in 2007, Caroline stepped back and worked part time, but she has decided that now is the time for her to resume her career and focus on fee earning and growing her technical knowledge.
Caroline will be working alongside the seven strong property team, including Lorraine Stratton-Webb who heads up the department. She will be assisting in all areas of residential conveyancing; from sales and purchases, to re-mortgage work, advising landlords and tenants, sales and purchases at auction as well as the purchases of freeholds.
Lorraine commented: “Caroline is hugely respected within the firm. She knows the business inside out and her promotion is thoroughly deserved.”
Whilst Caroline said of her appointment: “I’ve spent my working life at Clough & Willis and I’ve never wanted to work anywhere else. I’m incredibly grateful to the senior team for giving me this opportunity as I know it will be a great steppingstone on which to build my future career.”