Birmingham-Based Law Firm Strengthens Its Partnership with Six Partner Promotions

Six lawyers have recently celebrated their promotion to Partner at award-winning law firm VWV.

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Six lawyers have recently celebrated their promotion to Partner at award-winning law firm VWV.

The six individuals are Property Litigation lawyer Dan Hall, Robin Rajanah in Commercial Property, our Trade Marks specialist Paula Williams, Commercial Litigator and part-time tribunal judge Nick Martindale, Fiona Lawrence in the Contentious Probate team, and Bob Fahy, whose promotion makes him the second Employment Partner in the London team, further strengthening the firm’s practice in the city.

VWV’s team in Birmingham has also seen three of its legal staff promoted to Associate or Senior Associate roles, as a result of the firm’s continued growth.

Recent months have seen other significant developments across the firm, with new Partner hires including Daniel Church in Watford, and Nigel Mears in Birmingham – who both joined the Private Client team. The addition of Daniel and Nigel, together with the new wave of promotions, now brings the firm’s total number of partners to nearly 90.

VWV Managing Partner Simon Heald commented:

“The firm’s growth continues apace with this latest round of promotions, after another period of strong development for the firm. Dan, Robin, Paula, Nick, Fiona and Bob have all contributed significantly to the success of the firm throughout their time with us. I am glad to be able to recognise their efforts and welcome them to the partnership.”

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