Thomson Snell & Pasmore has made 11 promotions, including five new salaried partners, across the breadth of the law firm's departments.
As well as the new salaried partners, the firm has also promoted a senior associate and legal executive senior associate, three associates and a legal executive associate.
Catherine Fuller and Rosie Hamlyn, who both trained at the firm, have been made up to partners in Thomson Snell & Passmore's Private Client Court of Protection team which has been further bolstered by the appointment of Heather West as a senior associate.
Alex Lewsley is a new partner in the firm's commercial property team and has a practice encompassing acquisitions and disposals of freehold and leasehold commercial property, landlord and tenant work and property finance instructions. Oliver Butler has been made an associate in the commercial property team.
Elsewhere, partner Rebecca Swain, who has worked at Thomson Snell & Passmore for nearly 20 years specialising in residential property, succeeds Guy Hollamby as head of department in Residential Conveyancing and Claire Josef, a specialist on leasehold and freehold transactions who has extensive experience in the purchase of high value properties in London and the South East becomes a new partner in the team.
Hollamby continues to advise a wealth of clients on matters, such as freehold and leasehold sales and purchases and service easements.
Within the Family team Sarah Keily, one of the founders of Young Kent Resolution, a branch of the national Resolution organisation, has been promoted as a partner.
In Thomson Snell & Passmore' Tax Planning team, Sarah Nettleship and Stuart Price have been promoted to associate.
There have also been promotions for the firm’s legal executives with Sue Lambert being made a new senior associate legal executive in the Probate team and Jenny Waight becoming a legal executive associate in the Clinical Negligence/Personal Injury team.
James Partridge, senior partner at Thomson Snell & Passmore, said: "On behalf of the firm I would like to extend my congratulations to all those on these thoroughly deserved promotions.
"The promotions reflect the calibre of expertise on offer throughout Thomson Snell & Passmore and growing talent remains a key focus to further strengthen the growth of the firm."