Warwickshire law firm Wright Hassall unveils another round of promotions
Warwickshire law firm Wright Hassall has promoted seven solicitors across its teams as the company said it has had a strong start to the year.
It marks the second round of promotions announced by the firm in recent months, taking the total number to 14 this year already.
Phil Wilding, managing partner at Wright Hassall, which is headquartered at Olympus House in Leamington Spa, said: "We’ve had a really strong start to the year and that is down to the continued hard work of our staff across the board.
"Investing in the development of our people and talent retention is so important to us as a company, so I am really pleased we have been able to reward all seven for their outstanding work and contribution as they continue their journey with us."
The six new senior associates are Laura Stocks (family) and Danielle Pawson (contentious probate), who specialises in disputes relating to wills, trusts and the Court of Protection.
Jenny Rhind and Parminder Takhar become senior associates in the company's commercial litigation team, which is ranked by both Chambers UK and Legal 500.
Laura Steel and Patrick McCallum become senior associates in commercial, while Stacey Lambert has been promoted to associate solicitor (Business Immigration).
The firm was established in 1846 and employs more than 245 people, including almost 40 partners.