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Natalie Moves on Up at North Yorkshire Law

Natalie Foster, Commercial Fee Earner/ACILEx
Natalie Foster, Commercial Fee Earner/ACILEx

Scarborough based North Yorkshire Law have announced the promotion of Natalie Foster to the position of Commercial Fee Earner within the Commercial Department, a role she will take up with immediate effect. This promotion comes after Natalie completed her law degree at Coventry University, which she has been studying for alongside working at North Yorkshire Law.

Natalie’s promotion comes amid a series of project wins and a 15% increase in case load with more big plans ahead for the company. Natalie added “The next couple of years will include some big plans for North Yorkshire Law and I am very pleased to be involved in acquiring new clients and more importantly retaining their business whilst continuing my legal training.”

The move comes just a few months after the firm hired Jaime Dodd at their Whitby office.
The immediate future sees Natalie move ahead with her studies and complete her Post Graduate Diploma, which will qualify her as a lawyer.

Natalie had a number of years of experience with a large finance provider before starting with North Yorkshire Law whilst studying and being a member of the Scarborough Chartered Institute of Legal Executives Committee.. Natalie commented, “I am very privileged to have been trained by a large finance provider previously, so lender knowledge allows me to work with financiers more effectively. I have always wanted to move into the legal sector and having graduated this year I can now marry both experience and qualification to allow this to happen, with the support of Richard and the firm.”

Commenting on the promotion, Richard Boyd, Partner at North Yorkshire Law said,

“Natalie brings her previous experience to the Firm and now her Law Degree. But still her greatest asset is her enthusiasm for the job and her desire to get the best job possible done for our clients. I look forward to watching her continuing development.”
“The business has seen a series of exciting new hires and promotions recently. It is fantastic to see it continue to expand.” Adds Richard.