Sussex law firm Mayo Wynne Baxter welcomes two new partners
Published: 16 Aug 2022
Leading south-east law firm Mayo Wynne Baxter is excited to announce two new salaried partners have joined the firm as it expands further into Kent and Surrey.
Partner Sacha Bolourchi has formed part of the residential property team in Seaford and partner Caroline Flint has joined the contentious probate team, where she will cover Kent, Surrey and Sussex.
These two new hires bring a wealth of experience with them, which will support Mayo Wynne Baxter’s ambitious growth plans following its merger with national legal and professional services group Ampa.
Sacha said: “These are incredibly exciting times following the recent merger, and I look forward to building on the success the firm has enjoyed.
“I started my legal career almost a decade ago at a private practice in Lewes, specialising in criminal defence, before moving into residential conveyancing.
“I work with a variety of clients, from first time buyers to high-net-worth individuals and look forward to creating lasting relationships with my client base at Mayo Wynne Baxter.”
Caroline will work out of Mayo Wynne Baxter’s Brighton office and brings 20 years of experience with her, having started her career in personal injury litigation.
She then moved into private client work and went on to work with the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners, a global professional body that helps families plan for their futures, where she specialised in contentious probate. She also studied for The Association of Contentious Trust and Probate Specialists qualification.
Caroline said: “I’ve spent many years immersed in contentious probate so I’m looking forward to bringing this experience to the team and supporting its further expansion into Kent and Surrey.
“I was also pleased to see the firm’s support for Sussex Partnership NHS Trust charity Heads On and the varied programme of fundraising. In my spare time I’m the chairwoman of Headway Kent, which supports the rehabilitation for people with brain injuries, so good causes are very close to my heart.”
Martin Williams, deputy chief executive partner, Mayo Wynne Baxter, said: “It’s fantastic to see our team expand as our business grows out of our historic homeland in Sussex and into Kent and Surrey.
“The significant experience that Sacha and Caroline will bring to the firm will certainly help us build on our success and encourage talent to join us for this exciting journey.”
For more information, please visit: www.mayowynnebaxter.co.uk/