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Paul qualified as a solicitor in 1970 and worked his way through the ranks until he was appointed a partner in February 1973. He has now been with the firm for over 50 years.
Areas of expertise:
Paul decided to specialise in private client work having done just about everything else in the “old days”.
Membership of professional bodies and organisations:
He was the deputy coroner for Telford and can probably tell one or two rather interesting stories.
He is married to Pat and they have two children, one of whom married a few years ago. He is a proud grandfather but does, however, still find time to have occasional walks around the golf course knocking a few balls about. He also likes walking which is probably just as well as he does most of that around the golf course, also gardening and attending the theatre. Like many of the members of the private client division he used to enjoy sporting activities but now, like most, tends just to watch it. Formerly Paul was the president of the Wellington Rotary Club but now sits back and lets others do the organising.