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With the firm’s continued growth and success, Moore Blatch, a top 100 law firm focused on supporting people, families and growth businesses for the long term, is delighted to announce 10 key promotions firm wide.
Katherine Maxwell (Head of employment), Trevor Sterling (Head of the major trauma team), Rob Evans (Head of professional negligence) and Archie Sherbrooke (Partner, real estate) – all existing partners – have been promoted to senior equity leadership positions within the partnership. These promotions strengthen and broaden the leadership profile of the firm, and look to the future by ensuring the best leadership team is in place.
There have also been two new promotions to Partner – for Emma Edis (employment law specialist) and Thomas Clark (corporate law specialist). Along with four promotions to Associate solicitor – for Mea North (community care and public law), Marina Clinnick (professional negligence), Kirsty Bowyer (corporate law) and Paul Kingsley (medical negligence).
Commenting on the promotions, Ed Whittington, managing partner at Moore Blatch, said: “As a firm, we have built a reputation for valuing diversity, being innovative, dynamic and forward-thinking – committed to our clients and going the extra mile for them. All those that have been promoted are a testament to this approach, excelling in their different practice areas and delivering excellent results.
Congratulations to everyone that has been promoted. A business is only as successful as the people it employs. We’re proud of the environment which we create for our staff and the first class legal advice that our solicitors provide, which in turn ensures Moore Blatch remains a dynamic and growing market leading firm."