Parnalls Solicitors is delighted to announce the appointment of Michelle Ody as a Director of the firm.
Michelle qualified as a solicitor in 2009 after previously working in the financial sector. As a member of the property department at Parnalls she specialises in commercial property and property finance. Michelle grew up in Devon and attended Exeter University, she joined Parnalls in 2013. She said “I am proud as well as delighted with my appointment as a director of Parnalls and am grateful to be given an opportunity to be a part of the continued success of the firm”.
Amongst the clients she has worked for include Folk2Folk, a peer to peer lender to rural businesses. Michelle has been the leading panel solicitor for Folk2Folk since its inception in early 2013 and has played a central part in the company’s success.
Director, Louis Mathers said “Michelle has been with the firm for 5 years and has shown outstanding qualities as both a solicitor but also in managing staff and taking on other responsibilities over the years”. Louis added, “Michelle will continue to be of huge support in the property department but also to the other directors of the firm. It goes without saying that this appointment is hugely deserved”.
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