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Thomson Snell & Passmore promotes talent, appoints new faces, emphasizing growth and client demand

Thomson Snell & Passmore promotes talent, appoints new faces, emphasizing growth and client demand


Thomson Snell & Passmore, a respected law firm, recently announced a round of promotions and appointments across various departments

Effective from January 1, 2024, the firm elevated Lawrence Hiller-Wood to the position of Associate in the Will, Trust & Estate Disputes team. Natasha Moran also received a promotion to Legal Executive in the Dispute Resolution team. Moreover, the firm welcomed five Newly Qualified Solicitors into its ranks.

This round of promotions and appointments supplements the 18 advancements made in June 2023, further underscoring the firm’s dedication to fostering talent and facilitating professional growth.

The new appointments primarily comprise current Trainee Solicitors within the firm. When they qualify as Solicitors in March 2024, Jack Pavey, Rachel Macmillan, Harry Roffey, Freya Vale, and Olivia Grainge will assume roles in various departments, particularly in Corporate & Commercial and Real Estate teams, aligning with the firm's strategy to cater to the escalating needs of mid-market M&A clients.

Joanna Pratt, the Senior Partner at Thomson Snell & Passmore, extended her congratulations to all individuals who received promotions and appointments. She emphasized the firm’s unwavering dedication to nurturing talent, expressing confidence in the capabilities of these individuals to excel in their new roles.

The recent series of promotions and appointments not only exemplify the firm’s commitment to its employees' professional growth but also its dedication to meeting the evolving demands of its clientele in a competitive legal landscape.



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