HUDDERSFIELD law firm Eaton Smith has strengthened its ranks with two key appointments.
Leah Ramsden (pictured, top) has joined the High Street firm as manager of its residential property department.
She was previously head of residential conveyancing for Schofield Sweeney Solicitors in Bradford, where she handled a wide range of conveyancing matters for private clients and acted for large and small property development company and housing association clients, preparing site legal documentation and on-plot sales.
Before that, she worked for Ramsdens Solicitors, firstly in Huddersfield, and then as branch manager of the Elland office following the merger with the firm of David Garsed & Sons.
Meanwhile, Kate Booth has joined the employment law team at Eaton Smith.
Ms Booth (also pictured) studied law at Newcastle University and completed her legal practice Course at the College of Law in York. After training at the Sheffield and Leeds offices of Irwin Mitchell, she moved to DWF in Leeds where she was a member of the employment team.
Ms Booth has a wide range of skills and knowledge in employment law, acting for a variety of employers and employees.
She also enjoys delivering training and presenting seminars to human resources professionals and organisations to update them on employment legislation.