Sellick Partnership expands its legal offering
Formerly a personal injury team manager at Trade Union Legal LLP, Harthill was a qualified chartered legal executive working with clients across the regions. Harthill will be joining an established team headed up by associate director, Amy Bullock, to focus on developing the Sellick Partnership brand within the PI specialism across the North West and Yorkshire in the permanent practice market.
Following on from the appointment, Bullock commented, “Over the years Nick has developed a solid reputation in the PI market, and boasts a number of transferable skills that will allow him to really add value to our client base. The fact that he has not lost a trial in ten years, and has always been actively involved in his previous employers in-house recruitment provides a solid grounding for his career at Sellick Partnership. His approach and market knowledge will enable us to widen our scope and really strengthen our brand within the PI practice market – playing a key part in supporting our growth plans for the future.”
Harthill commented on his new role, “This is a fantastic opportunity for me to share my knowledge and experience, but to also develop my own approach – providing me with the platform to take my career to the next level. I have harboured a desire to move into recruitment for a number of years, so I am delighted to join such a well-established team who have an unrivalled reputation in the market.
“The business boasts solid plans for the future, ensuring that I will be challenged as well as presented with new opportunities whilst strengthening our legal brand across the North West and Yorkshire.”
Sellick Partnership legal recently celebrated their ten year anniversary in the market, and in the last 12 months have doubled the size of their practice team to meet the growing demand for their service. 2015 will see the team expand further as they launch an office in London later this year, this is in addition to the development of the legal executive appointment brand.