LAW firm Baxter Caulfield has added a new company and commercial lawyer to its team.

Emma Spragg (pictured) joins the Huddersfield-based firm as an assistant solicitor to help serve its clients across a wide range of business sectors.

Her responsibilities will include business and share sales and purchases, contracts and restructuring as well as clients’ day-to-day legal requirements.

After studying law and French at Staffordshire University, Ms Spragg completed her Legal Practice Course at Chester College of Law.Š

Following a spell at Addleshaw Goddard in Leeds as a paralegal, she secured a training contract with Eaton Smith in Huddersfield and following her qualification gained further experience at Chadwick Lawrence and as an in-house commercial lawyer at Severn Trent Water Authority.

Stephen Newman, senior partner at Baxter Caulfield Solicitors, said:Š “We are pleased to welcome Emma to our company and commercial department.

“Emma’s mix of skills and experience will be an asset to the firm and complement an already strong team.”