Spire Solicitors LLP announces new Head of Department
Spire Solicitors LLP is delighted to announce the promotion of Ejike Ndaji to Head of Private Client.
Ejike trained with Overburys (now part of Spire Solicitors LLP) and qualified as a Solicitor in 2013. After working in the Firm’s Norwich office, Ejike relocated to the Wymondham office in 2017, helping to strengthen the Private Client team. He specialises in all areas of Private Client law including Will drafting, Administration of Estates, Powers of Attorney, Court of Protection work and Estate Planning.
Ejike will be taking over from Alisdair Liddle, who has been Head of the Department at Spire Solicitors LLP for 7 years. Alisdair will remain highly involved with the Firm, as a member of the Management Committee.
James Knight, CEO of Spire Solicitors LLP, commented:
“The Members and staff would like to thank Alisdair for the years of dedication that he has given to the Team and for developing a Private Client Team that has continued to grow in size and quality of service over the last seven years.
On behalf of the Firm, I would like to wish Ejike every success as Head of Private Client at Spire Solicitors LLP. He is a valued member of the business and is well regarded by his colleagues, clients and contacts for the support and legal expertise he offers them. This promotion is testament to his dedication, loyalty and hard work since joining the Firm.”
Alongside the Private Client work, Ejike also heads the Firm’s Charities and Social Enterprise team. He has expertise in establishing charities, converting unincorporated Charities and Trusts to Charitable Incorporated Organisations (CIO), advising Charity Trustees on the most suitable operational structure, drafting charity constitution documents, dealing with property transfers etc. Ejike has also been involved with the boards of the Charities: Red Balloon Learner Centre for Bullied Children; Norfolk Community Law Service; and the Norfolk Black History Month.
Ejike also set up the Spire Charitable Trust and to date the charity has raised over £16,000. The aim of the Trust is to alleviate the financial hardship of individuals residing in Norfolk by making donations to other bodies or organisations with charitable purposes and aims.