Trowers & Hamlins promotes 10 to partnership


Share

International law firm Trowers & Hamlins has promoted 10 to its partnership. They are the first that have benefitted from the Pathways to Partnership programme.

The Pathways to Partnership programme required candidates to work on an individual personal business plan forming a major part of the partnership selection process and driving performance over the year ahead. The programme included many elements from law firm finance and business planning, to client care and people management and leadership. 

The promotions will take effect from 1 July 2020 and are spread across the London, Manchester, Exeter and Abu Dhabi offices. Promotions include individuals from Dispute Resolution, Real Estate, Investment and Development, International Corporate and Banking and Finance.

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

"I would like to congratulate our new partners on their promotions. They have all demonstrated exceptional legal acumen, business intelligence and commitment to our clients. Our promotions highlight the talent across the many departments and locations of our business and I would like to take this opportunity to commend everybody on their dedicated hard work and success."

The new partners are:

Ru Anwar – Manchester, Real Estate, Investment and Development

Darren Ashworth - Manchester, Real Estate, Investment and Development 

Dwynwen Lewis - London, Real Estate, Investment and Development

Anna Metham - Manchester, Real Estate, Investment and Development

Joanne Judge – Manchester, Real Estate, Real Estate Finance - Security (REFS)

Charlotte Clayson – London, Dispute Resolution and Litigation, Commercial Litigation

Tom Sampford – Exeter, Dispute Resolution and Litigation, Travel Tourism and Insurance

Oliver Williams – Exeter, Dispute Resolution and Litigation, DART

Helen Fysh – London, Banking and Finance

Stephen Sullivan - Abu Dhabi, Corporate

 
Insight

Webinar: Navigating the new normal in NHS estates 

Explore
Insight

Property litigation weekly update - 24 September 2020

Explore
Insight

Sustainable finance – how focusing on ESG can help housing associations gain access to a new form of funding

Explore
Insight

Trowers presents: Can ESG in real estate investment help accelerate recovery?

Explore
Insight

Trowers talks podcast: What does the provision of care infrastructure look like in the UK?

Explore
Insight

Termination of building contracts under the new Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act – avoid being locked in

Explore