Steven Dawson has been appointed as a Senior Partner at MKB Solicitors having spent 6 years as a Partner with the firm.
He joined MKB in September 2001 as a qualified Solicitor in the Wills, Trusts & Future Planning Department specialising in all areas of Private Client work including the administration of estates, preparation of Wills, tax planning and Trusts, Court of Protection, Public Guardianship Office matters and Powers of Attorney. Steven prides himself on providing advice in a straight forward, ‘no nonsense’ way, and is incredibly proud of the team he works with as Head of Department
Since joining MKB Steven has become an integral part of MKB’s management team, providing a wealth of experience and expertise, which has allowed MKB to expand its client base and deliver new services to its wide-range of existing clients. Steven’s recent involvement as President of the Sheffield & District Law Society, a 150 year old independent organisation representing Solicitors firms across South Yorkshire, has been an invaluable insight into the ever-changing face of legal services and firms in our region, an organisation which he will continue to support as Honorary Secretary.
Commenting on his appointment, Steven Dawson said: “It is a great honour to be appointed as one of the Senior Partners at MKB. I have thoroughly enjoyed my time at the firm and I hope to continue delivering exceptional services to our extensive list of clients whilst contributing to the management of the firm.”
David Wright, Managing Partner & Yorkshire Lawyer of the Year added: “We are excited to announce the appointment of Steven as a Senior Partner. He has been with us for 14 years and has made a very significant contribution to the development of MKB and the Private Client Department. We are extremely proud of the way Steven has grown into the role of President and the way he has conducted himself in his role. His success at the Law Society has raised awareness of some great charities and businesses from the town of Barnsley, a legacy which I’m sure will continue into the future”.