Ashley Mallett

Solicitor

Ashley Mallett

01904 917 982

Location: York

Services:

  • Residential Conveyancing

Ashley is a Solicitor at our York office, dealing with all aspects of residential conveyancing.

Ashley is a Solicitor at our York office, dealing with all aspects of Residential Conveyancing.

Following qualification as a Solicitor in April 2015, Ashley joined Ison Harrison in July of the same year.

He possesses a very strong technical ability in Residential conveyancing. His approach is one of being straight-forward and plain speaking. Whilst maintaining professionalism, this makes him approachable to clients, agents and brokers. Through this, he has built some strong and long lasting relationships.

Having worked across several of the firm’s branches throughout his time here, he is well known amongst our staff and the wider conveyancing community. This helps clients to establish a firm footing at what can feel like a very uncertain and stressful time.

Possessing a strong legal background & knowledge, Ashley has appeared on BBC Radio Leeds, representing the firm at a legal clinic phone-in. He has also mentored students aspiring to enter the legal profession from the University of Huddersfield and has participated regularly in ‘World of Work’ days at primary schools across Leeds, helping children to form goals to realise their potential.

Away from the Legal Professional, Ashley’s hobbies including powerboating and being a football referee. He regularly officiates in The FA Women’s National League and was honoured to be selected as an Assistant Referee in the 2019 FA Women’s National League Plate Final. He enjoys competitive debating and is a Judge for the Debating Matters national competition for sixth form students.

Personal Qualities

Ashley is tenacious and pays attention to detail on his cases, ensuring that his client’s best interests are representing. He is hard working, enthusiastic and possesses a lot of drive. This helps to ensure his clients have the very best experience possible

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