Meet the new faces joining the Fishers team at its Ivanhoe Business Park offices in Ashby

By Ashby Nub News Reporter

22nd Sep 2022 | Local News

Harveen Chutti and Arlie Asbury have just joined Fishers in Ashby de la Zouch
Harveen Chutti and Arlie Asbury have just joined Fishers in Ashby de la Zouch

Fishers in Ashby has seen two new faces join the Ivanhoe Office Park-based law firm.

Harveen Chutti and Arlie Asbury are the company's latest recruits.

Arlie is Licensed Conveyancer in Fishers' Residential Property Team and re-joins Fishers after spending the past two years working with Mander Cruickshank from 2020-2022.

Her career started after studying Law at Nottingham Trent University, before completing her training at Simply Conveyancing where she got a Conveyancing license.

Then Arlie moved to Shakespeare Martineau, heading up their re-mortgage team, before joining Fishers for the first time in 2016.

Arlie loves enjoying family days out with her three-year-old, Betsy, and a typical weekend would be spending time with the family at the farm, zoo or monkey forest.

Harveen is a solicitor in the Wills and Probate Team and is originally from Lincolnshire but she moved to Derby after getting married earlier this year.

She qualified in 2019 after studying Law at the University of Sheffield and for her LPC at the University of Law in Leeds.

Harveen then did a two year training contract in Lincolnshire specialising in Wills and Probate and Family Law before joining at Fishers to work in the Wills and Probate department.

She says she joined Fishers because it is a well-known firm and really friendly.

But, away from the office, in 2018 Harveen did a sky dive for charity for the Make a Wish Foundation.

She can speak Punjabi and, after getting married earlier this year, Harveen went on her honeymoon to New York and the Bahamas. At the weekend Harveen likes socialising and going to the gym.


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