Harrison Drury has appointed experienced commercial property solicitor Catherine Worthington.
Catherine will work across our Lancaster and Kendal offices and will advise clients on a wide range of property law matters.
After qualifying as a solicitor in 2000, Catherine joined Cheshire firm MLP Law and later worked for national law firm Cobbetts for over 10 years before embarking on a career break.
She has experience in advising telecoms providers and landowners on matters including site acquisitions, upgrades and other estate matters.
Catherine also has a detailed understanding of property finance transactions and specialises in advising banks and other lenders on complex property and asset sales.
Owen McKenna, director in the property team at Harrison Drury, said: “Catherine is a hugely experienced solicitor and will be a real asset to the firm and its clients. As well as having a broad legal knowledge, she has specialisms in some very technical areas which will further enhance our team’s expertise.”
Catherine, who is originally from Wigan and now lives near Lancaster, added: “After taking a career break to raise children, I’ve been really looking forward to getting back into the legal profession. Harrison Drury is a firm with an ethos and forward-thinking approach that really impressed me.
“The firm advises a number of major businesses and landowners across Lancashire and Cumbria that I’m really looking forward to working with.”
Harrison Drury has a strong team of property lawyers across its Lancaster and Kendal offices that delivers wide range of commercial property services to businesses in the region.