TLT has re-elected Andrew Glynn as senior partner for a second three year term starting on 1 January 2019. The election was uncontested.
In his role as senior partner, Andrew sits on the firm's Governance & Oversight Board and chairs both the firm's remuneration and promotions committees. Andrew also leads the firm's CSR programme - a key focus over the last three years with the introduction of a new team and more structured approach to improving firm performance in areas such as diversity, inclusivity and environment.
Commenting on his appointment, Senior Partner Andrew Glynn said: "I'm looking forward to continuing to play a part in the future growth and transformation of the firm. Importantly, how we improve our performance with regards our impact on and support for the wider communities within which we work. Also how, as an employer; we attract, support and retain talent from a much wider community."
Managing Partner David Pester commented: "Andrew's continued role as senior partner ensures stability at a time of change in the sector and challenges in the broader economy. His focus on driving forward our CSR strategy and approach will be a core part of building a sustainable business for our people and our clients over the long-term. "
Andrew will continue in his role as co-head of the firm's Public Sector team and as an active partner in the firm's real estate group. Andrew has been senior partner since 1 January 2016. He trained at TLT legacy firm Lawrence & Co, qualifying in 1985. With a seven year period spent in the City with Rowe and Maw (now Mayer Brown), Andrew subsequently returned to TLT, becoming a partner in 1994 and head of real estate in 1999.
TLT reported a 10 per cent rise in turnover in the 2017/18 financial year to hit £82m. As part of its continued sector focused growth strategy, the firm has attracted 11 new partner hires in the current financial year bringing in additional expertise to its clean energy, digital, financial services and real estate sectors. The firm's transformation agenda was also given a boost with the announcement of its Future Law initiative supported by a £500k investment fund.