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Ramsdens has promoted nine team members across a range of legal services.
The promotions include two new Partners, three Senior Associates and four Associates.
Christopher Annable in the Commercial Property department, Jolene Briggs from our Conveyancing department and Michael Robinson from our Wills, Trusts and Probate department have all been promoted to Senior Associates.
The four new Associates are Jennifer Slater from our Wills, Trusts and Probate department, Nicola Rhodes from our Child Care department, Rachel Sharp from our Clinical Negligence department and Rhys Craddock from our Commercial Property department.
Helen Cain commented on the Promotion: “I am delighted to have become a partner at Ramsdens . I am looking forward to the challenges my new role will bring and my aim is to continue to represent my clients to the best of my ability and to promote Ramsdens as one of the leading firms in Yorkshire.”
Sarah Hodkinson added: " I see this as very much a reflection and recognition of the hard work and commitment shown by the whole team. Over the last 15 months we have experienced an unprecedented increase in business from both new and existing clients, whilst continuing to provide an exceptional level of service, despite the challenging working environment. I look forward to continuing to develop the Private Client business at Ramsdens, as we hopefully return to a normal way of living."
Commenting on the new promotions, Paul Joyce Managing Partner said: "Congratulations to all of our colleagues on their achievements and we wish them every success on the next stage of their careers at Ramsdens. The last 15 months have been incredibly challenging for all of us…these promotions play a strategic role in creating further opportunities for growth across our firm."
Picture from L-R Nicola Rhodes, Jolene Briggs, Helen Cain, Michael Robinson, Sarah Hodkinson, Jennifer Slater, Rhys Craddock, Rachel Sharp, Christopher Annable