TLT has announced the promotion of five lawyers to partner, effective 1 May 2021.
The newly appointed partners are financial services disputes lawyer Louise Chopra, litigation lawyer Emma Cork, housing and regeneration lawyer Sarah Hale, and technology & IP lawyers Juliet Mason and Ed Hayes.
Commenting on the firm’s commitment to supporting its people, senior partner Andrew Glynn said:
“I am pleased that we can celebrate the success of a number of our talented colleagues across the firm following an unpredictable and unprecedented twelve months. It is particularly pleasing to note the gender split in these latest promotions which demonstrates our efforts to improve diversity amongst our partner group.
“We are an ambitious firm with exciting plans for our people and our clients, and investing in our people is a key part of delivering against those objectives and crucial to our future success. These promotions recognise the contribution our people continue to make to the development of the firm as we continue to find new ways to meet our clients’ evolving needs.”
TLT has also promoted 11 associates to legal director across its Bristol, London, Manchester and Glasgow offices. Seventeen lawyers have been promoted to associate.
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