Rebecca Smith LLB

Rebecca Smith LLB

Status
Partner
Department
Business & Property
Specialities
Corporate & Commercial Services, Commercial Property, Insolvency
Direct Line
01937 547034

About Rebecca

Rebecca practices in company commercial and commercial property. She has a litigation/dispute resolution background with over 10 years experience which strengthens her commercial approach. Her work largely involves business and property. She is a member of the Property Litigation Association and the Agricultural Lawyers Association. She is a tenacious negotiator and is aware of the importance of quickly identifying her clients objectives and preserving their best interests. 
 
Rebecca is actively involved in the local community. She is a Wetherby in Bloom volunteer and is the first female member of the Wetherby and District Rotary Club. Her young family takes up much of her time outside work, but she still manages to find time for gardening and playing an active role in her local WI.
 
What’s important to her: “I believe it is important clients feel that they have somebody who will look after their best interests, and give sensible and practical advice."
Three words that best describe Rebecca: Approachable, practical, effective
 
Recommendation: "Approaching a solicitor for the first time, often over difficult issues, can be an intimidating and worrying time. Rebecca was highly recommended to me by a close contact, and I can honestly say she put me at ease within the first phone call. Her professional yet very approachable manner gives you not just the legal support you need, but in a very caring and supportive way. She has given me advice and support on a number of issues now, and I highly recommend her to anyone looking for legal support." A Happy Client of Hartlaw LLP
 


                        
 

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