Keith Turner retires from the Firm after 51 years in legal practise.

2 Jan2018

Keith Turner retired from the Firm at Christmas having worked in the legal profession for 51 years (joining a Solicitors’ practice in 1966 to train as a solicitor before qualifying in 1972).

Over the course of his career, Keith has undertaken a variety of legal work, starting with residential conveyancing, then civil litigation, accident claims and most latterly commercial work; property, employment and business sales, purchases and mergers.

Having had experience working for Toller Hales & Collcutt and then setting up a regional office for the Firm he trained with, Keith set up his own Firm on the Wellingborough Road in Northampton.  His firm then merged in 1993 with Leo Coulston & Co and became Turner Coulston.  It remained so until December 2012 when the amalgamation with Borneo Hughes Martell created the Firm in its current form, Borneo Martell Turner Coulston.

Keith’s breadth of experience and knowledge in the law together with his sense of humour and problem solving will be missed at the Firm.  The staff joined him on 19th December 2017 to celebrate his long career and to wish him all the very best with his retirement which it is anticipated will be busy with golfing, dog walking and grandparent duties!

Keith leaves behind a strong team at the Firm, with Senior Partner David Bacon undertaking company and commercial work, Jatinder Kandola who is a commercial property specialist and Sharon Hundal and Haris Ahmed who between them deal with litigation and employment matters.