Law firm Thomson Snell & Passmore announces 17 promotions from across the firm’s departments. These include four Salaried Partners, one Senior Associate, six Associates and a range of roles across legal and business services.
Those appointed as Salaried Partner are Ben Stepney from Employment, Louise Mathias-Williams from Court of Protection, Esther Lee from the Probate team and Clare Morison from Tax Planning.
The other promotions come from across the firm’s private client, commercial and business services departments and demonstrate Thomson Snell & Passmore’s unwavering commitment to developing and recognising talent from across the firm, as it continues with its ambitious growth plans.
Joanna Pratt, Senior Partner at Thomson Snell & Passmore comments: “Huge congratulations to all on these well-deserved promotions. We are surrounded by exceptional people at every level and in every department at the firm, both in our legal practices and wider business services, and these latest promotions reflect that.
“As a firm we have ambitious goals, and having the very best people in place will be key to helping us achieve these. I feel confident that with such outstanding talent within the firm, we are in a strong position to meet them, and also to continue to offer our clients excellent service and trusted advice.”
The promotions, which come in effect from 6 June 2022, include:
Ben Stepney Employment
Louise Mathias-Williams Court of Protection
Esther Lee Probate
Clare Morison Tax Planning
Amy Lane Tax Planning
Danielle Rogers Court of Protection
Natalie Butler Court of Protection
Charlie Wood Dispute Resolution
Grace Mercer Dispute Resolution
Kate Cairnes Commercial Property
Harry Golding Family
Ruth Lightfoot Court of Protection
Sandra Hennessy Clinical Negligence & Personal Injury
Senior Accounts and Tax Assistant
Michelle Cricket Trust Management
Georgina Sykes Human Resources
Senior Marketing & Business Development Executive
Cara Chilvers Marketing & Business Development
Risk & Compliance Advisor
Sara Ward Risk & Compliance