Walsall and Black Country law firm Enoch Evans has added a further two lawyers to its team.
The appointments of Cheryl McSheen-Bailey and Jade Cranch come as the firm celebrates its 130th year in existence.
Ms McSheen-Bailey has joined the probate, tax and trusts department as a senior solicitor.
She brings extensive experience in tax planning and trusts, along with wills, lasting powers of attorney and administration of estates.
Qualifying as a solicitor in 1997 and subsequently as a barrister in 2000, Ms McSheen-Bailey is a member of Lincoln’s Inn, London and the Eastern Caribbean Bar. She is also a qualified Notary Public.
Ms Cranch joins Enoch Evans’ criminal department and has seven years’ experience dealing with a variety of criminal offences at varying levels of seriousness.
So far this year, Enoch Evans has added eight lawyers across five departments and says it has plans to recruit more.
Managing partner David Evans said: “We are very proud of our achievements throughout this year.
“Through the consistent delivery of a personal, professional and quality service we have steadily built on top of what was an already healthy client base.
“Our commercial and private client departments are operating at the highest level to ensure our clients always understand our commitment to providing a quality service.
“We have no doubts that as we work towards the end of the year that 2015 will also be a great year for us.”