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Wisdom of property gurus welcomed

We are now benefiting from the knowledge and experience of two of the city’s most highly regarded residential property experts.

Steve Hinshelwood and John Outram have joined Taylor&Emmet as consultants, to help drive and develop our residential conveyancing business.

Steve will be working with department head, Neil Riley, to identify opportunities for growth and raise our profile in the regional property market. He has more than 30 years’ experience in estate agency and financial services, most recently as managing director of Blundells, along with a wealth of knowledge and contacts that will help the firm move forward.

Former Taylor&Emmet senior partner and conveyancing specialist, John Outram, has also been retained as a consultant, following his retirement in April. After a long and distinguished career with the firm, he will be liaising with colleagues to support new initiatives, manage existing relationships and build new ones.

Neil Riley said: “Both Steve and John have invaluable experience and insight into the residential property sector that we believe will support and enhance the service we offer. To remain at the forefront of this competitive sector, we must identify opportunities for growth and continue to improve keys areas, such as transaction speeds and lines of communication. By inviting their scrutiny, I have no doubt we will find innovative ways to challenge our teams and evolve to meet changing expectations.”

Click here for more information about Taylor&Emmet’s wide range of residential property services.


Taylor&Emmet LLP is one of the leading and most successful law firms in the South Yorkshire region, a position it has held for nearly 150 years. This success has been achieved by delivering the highest quality legal advice to business and private clients, many of whom have remained with the firm for generations.

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