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Clarke Willmott Legal Executive Joins National YRES Committee

YRes, a network of family law professionals at the start of their careers, has appointed Stacey Collins to its growing committee.

The junior arm of the national Resolution organisation, YRes, ensures young and junior members are a part of the work Resolution does in promoting a constructive way of resolving family law issues.

A trainee legal executive in our Birmingham family law team, Stacey Collins’ role will involve assisting in delivering Resolution’s code of practice and encouraging other family lawyers to join the committee.

Stacey has 23 years of experience in family law and works closely with Clarke Willmott partners Rayner Grice, Caroline Young and Adam Maguire, who is the current Chair of Resolution West Midlands.

Stacey said: “I am excited to join the YRes committee and assist junior members in sharing their experiences, concerns and ideas while developing their skills and knowledge in a friendly and supportive environment.

Like many of my colleagues at Clarke Willmott, I truly believe that a non-confrontational approach to family law issues produce better outcomes for separating families and their children. Resolution’s commitment to supporting lawyers and their clients work in this way is fantastic and I’m pleased to be involved.”

Resolution has 6,500 members of family law professionals, who work with families to resolve issues in a constructive way. Founded in 1982, the organisation also campaigns for improvements to the family justice system.


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