Scottish law firm Caesar and Howie has welcomed a new paralegal specialising in conveyancing into their operations.
The Alloa office of the Central Scotland law group has garnered the services of Rachel Camilleri-Brennan, who is set to work with its residential property team.
A "full-time mother" for the last ten years, Ms Camilleri-Brennan brings with her previous experience having worked as a solicitor in Malta.
"There was not a big learning curve when I joined the firm, as Malta was ruled by the British for many years and most of the laws are exactly the same", she told the Alloa Advertiser.
Her new employers have eased the transition back into work through the provision of their own paralegal conveyancing course, which proved to be a useful refresher in the ins and outs of the Scottish house-buying system, Miss Brennan explained.
"I’m really enjoying my new position with the firm and am keen to start developing relationships with new and existing clients," she concluded.
While working alongside the rest of the Alloa property team, Ms Camilleri-Brennan will manage her own caseload, dealing with house purchases and sales and handling transactions "from offer to settlement".
Caesar and Howie offers a "comprehensive integrated service" for those hoping to buy or sell a home, including helping with mortgage arrangements where required.