Thomson Snell & Passmore is delighted to announce 19 of its lawyers have been named as ‘Leaders in their Field’ in the 2012 edition of Chambers UK – an independent guide to the legal profession. This is an increase from last year and shows the firm’s commitment to investing in its people.
New ‘Leaders in their Field’ Partner Joanna Pratt and Senior Associate Desmond O’Donnell join Partner Sarah Judd bringing the total number of leaders in the Family team to three. Chris Kirby-Turner, a Senior Associate in the Construction team, joins head of the team Chris Whittington as a ‘Leader in their Field’ this year.
Those who have also been named as a ‘Leader in their Field’ include Jeremy Passmore and Simon Brown, Partners in the Private Client team, Patricia Fearnley, Fiona Mills and Jonathan Clement, Partners in the Clinical Negligence and Personal Injury team, James Partridge, who is the firm’s Senior Partner, Nick Gabay and Joanne Gallagher, Partners in the Corporate and Commercial team, Gilbert Green and Richard Ellard, Partners in the Commercial Property team, Nick Hobden and Susanna Gilmartin, Partners in the Employment team and Nick Horton and Mark Steggles, Partner and Senior Associate in the Dispute Resolution team.
James Partridge, Senior Partner at Thomson Snell & Passmore, said:
“Firstly, congratulations must go to all those who have been named as ‘Leaders in their Field’ this year. It is a tremendous achievement to have 19 across the firm and reinforces our position as a leading law firm in the South East. It is also very pleasing that a large number of the leaders are from our core practice areas. The firm continues to achieve success by putting its client first, building relationships and by giving astute and practical legal advice. This can only be achieved by remaining committed to and investing in our people.”