Celebrating the careers of leading Harrogate legal professionals.

Published: 10th May, 2017

Logo of Harrogate Law Firm LCF Barber Titleys

On the 1 April 2017 Richard Davis, who specialises in commercial property, and Judith Long, who specialises in wills, tax and trusts moved from being Partners in the firm to becoming Consultants, after many years of dedication to the communities of Harrogate and North Yorkshire.

On the 10 May 2017 partners, staff, friends, clients and professional contacts of LCF Barber Titleys gathered to celebrate the firm and careers of Richard and Judy.

Managing Partner , Simon Stell, who was recently named as the Yorkshire Lawyer of the Year at the Yorkshire Legal Awards, says: “Richard and Judith have a wealth of legal experience and as consultants, they will continue to impart that knowledge to their colleagues, as well as regularly liaising with long-standing clients and acting as ambassadors for the firm.

“The event, enables friends clients and colleagues to come together and celebrate the past, present and future successes of the business with the whole team. Long standing Partners Tim Axe, Mark Jones and Tim Mellors together with recent additions Clementine Duckett and Lynne Webster will spearhead LCF Barber Titleys in Harrogate and be there on the night.”

Richard says: “It’s good to have the opportunity to thank our friends, clients and professional contacts for their contribution to the success of LCF Barber Titleys. It has been an honour to work with such a wide range of clients over the years and I am delighted to continue my association with the firm going forward, and also share my experience and expertise with our colleagues for the on-going benefit of the firm’s clients.”

Judith adds: “The firm is in a very strong position in 2017, with an excellent legal team in place, who share our values, and of course put the needs of our clients above all else. The firm is in very capable and experience hands, and I am very much looking forward to continuing to be a part of it in this consultancy role.”