TLT is promoting four associates and two legal directors to partner, the promotions are effective from 1 May.
TLT's newly promoted partners include financial services disputes and investigations lawyers Warren Clark and Rachel Storey, pensions lawyer Chris Crighton, corporate lawyer Liz Delaney, real estate lawyer Phil Moran and banking & restructuring lawyer Anna Vangrove.
The firm has also made 11 associate to legal director promotions including: commercial lawyers Dimitris Sinaniotis and Andrew Cave, property litigation lawyer Emma Cork, real estate lawyers Juno Davidson and Rachel Smith, lender sales lawyer Sian Davies, employment lawyer Jess Foster, tax lawyer Debbie Gale, pensions lawyer Damien Garrould, family lawyer Mark Sage and banking & restructuring lawyer Tom Ward. There are also 15 solicitor to associate promotions.
Senior partner Andrew Glynn said:
"Our promotions this year are spread across the firm's UK offices and core areas of practice, with a 50% gender split at both a legal director and partner level - a good step towards building a more diverse senior team at the firm.
"Our promotions this year show the firm's commitment to investing in our people and providing an environment that enables them to build their expertise and develop a long term career at TLT; congratulations to all those promoted this year."
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