Kenneth Anom is a newly qualified solicitor who specialises in Commercial Property and Litigation.
Despite his recent qualification, his significant pre-qualification experience has given him a considerable erudite of the practice area indicative of a future leader in the field. Kenneth’s specialisms extend through contentious and non-contentious matters allowing him to guide clients through their whole journey and needs. Kenneth’s non-contentious practice areas include but are not limited to intellectual property and trademark registrations, granting of commercial leases, and staircasing matters. Kenneth’s contentious practice includes Landlord and tenant, Intellectual Property disputes, and debt recovery. Kenneth’s social versatility, emotional intelligence, and business acumen make him the perfect choice to interact with both business and Individual clients deftly. In a short few years of practice, Kenneth has achieved so much and has developed a large following of clients, bringing in £400,000 worth of work from his clients to the firm. This is incredibly indicative of what will only be Kenneth’s future success, but for now, his multi-faceted range of practice areas leaves him as the perfect choice for business and personal advisory services.
Following his LLB, LPC and LLM, Kenneth held legal positions at the London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority, MTA Solicitors LLP in 2016, Solex Legal Services in 2017 before joining Ackroyd Legal in 2018 where he was awarded a training contract in 2019. As Kenneth’s legal practice continues and client relationships continue to flourish, it is without a doubt Kenneth will soon be taking a role in steering the direction of the firm and leading a team.
Commercial Property, Residential Property, and Intellectual Property
University of Westminster LLM Legal Practice
Staffordshire University Law LLB (Hons)
Kenneth enjoys travelling to new countries and exploring new cultures. He has an interest in astronomy and plays basketball to keep himself mentally and physically fit.
Aiming to showcase his commitment and dedication within the legal world, Kenneth is aiming to win the Law Society’s award for Junior Lawyer of the year 2021.