Congratulations to Costa Kyriacou, Senior Associate and Solicitor at Ringrose Law who has been selected as one of Lincolnshire’s 30 under 30 rising stars.
Costa will be awarded this honour along with other achievers across Lincolnshire, aged under 30years, at an event at The Chapter House at the end of the month,
Costa joined Ringrose Law in 2012 as a Paralegal. Since qualifying as a Solicitor in 2014 his career has continued to grow from strength to strength. This year Costa was appointed as Head of the Children Law Department, one of the biggest teams in the firm. Costa has built himself an outstanding reputation in the local Children Law arena. He is one of the most familiar, trusted and respected Solicitors in Children Law working on some of the largest and complex cases in Lincolnshire and adjoining Counties.
In 2018 Costa received recognition from the Law Society and obtained accreditation on their Children Panel which denotes a strict accreditation code based on experience, aptitude and recognition. Membership also demonstrates his commitment to helping his clients and his knowledge and expertise in dealing with children law proceedings.
On hearing the news Costa comments;
“I am delighted to receive this recognition and in particular thank Ringrose Law for the support they have given me over the last few years. I enjoy what I do, and particularly when helping my clients. The job is very demanding and to receive acknowledgement like this makes it even more worthwhile.”
Paul Cooper, Senior Partner at Ringrose Law is thrilled for Costa on his latest achievement;
“Costa originally came to the firm as a Paralegal based in our Spalding office. Over the years he has developed a knowledge of housing law and also achieved accreditation as a police station representative – all adding to his experience. His eye however was clearly on helping children and parents in the field of children law. After building up a reputation with local children’s services he transferred to Boston to expand his knowledge and pursue a greater diversity of clients. That move is now complete following his transfer to Lincoln where he heads up our children law department.
The department covers all our 6 offices throughout Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire. The move provides Costa with new challenges of management and relocation, but the move crystallises the firms career development programme and no one is more deserving than Costa for this recognition. Costa is an example to many and will continue to work hard expanding his knowledge and delve into even more complicated areas of law relevant to his chosen subject. We congratulate Costa on his achievements. We have every confidence he will continue to obtain greater recognition and make even further advancements in his career.”