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RedLaw promotes Parsons to associate director

RedLaw promotes Parsons to associate directorRedLaw Recruitment has announced its recent promotion of Matthew Parsons as associate director.

Matt has been instrumental in building the private practice in his roles as consultant and divisional head for the Associate team over the last few years.

Graduating with a law degree in 2007, for the past four years Matt has brought extensive legal knowledge coupled with recruitment expertise to the RedLaw team, achieving excellent results. His promotion reflects his ongoing contribution and commitment to both the team and the business.

Amy Hambleton, RedLaw director, commented: “This is a well- earned and thoroughly deserved promotion for Matt. In his most recent managerial role as divisional head, he has consistently delivered and has shown great strength, tenacity and leadership in mentoring his team.

“He is a passionate recruiter who takes real pride in delivering an honest, trusted, and highly professional yet friendly service to both candidates and clients. We welcome the fresh perspective and new ideas Matt will bring to RedLaw.”


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