Trowers & Hamlins promotes 12 to partnership


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International law firm Trowers & Hamlins has promoted 12 to its partnership, seven of whom are women.

The promotions will take effect from 1 July 2019 and are spread across the London, Birmingham, Manchester, Exeter, Bahrain and Abu Dhabi offices. Promotions include individuals from Commercial Property, Dispute Resolution, Corporate and Commercial and Projects and Construction.

Jennie Gubbins, Trowers & Hamlins' senior partner, commented:

"I would like to welcome such a large number of new partners to the Trowers' partnership. All those promoted have shown an undisputable commitment to delivering an outstanding service to clients and have developed a wealth of market expertise. Our promotions highlight the talent from across the many departments and locations of our business and I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate everybody on their success."

The new Trowers & Hamlins partners are:

Hannah Wailoo – Tax and Private Wealth, London

Paul Andrews – Real Estate, London

Louise Robinson – Real Estate, Manchester

Ben Neary – Real Estate, Exeter

Ayda Habboush – Corporate Commercial, London

Hannah Jackson - Real Estate Finance – Security, Exeter

Rachel Kerr – Property Litigation, London

James Huckstep – Projects and Construction, London

Emma Sear - Real Estate, Private Residential, Exeter

David Cordery – Projects and Construction, London

Deborah Howard, Dispute Resolution and Litigation, Bahrain

Shaun Hardiman, Energy and Natural Resources, Abu Dhabi

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