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The Wilkes Partnership announces promotions to senior positions

A Midlands legal firm has announced a series of promotions as it continues its growth plans across the region.

A Midlands legal firm has announced a series of promotions as it continues its growth plans across the region.

Law firm The Wilkes Partnership, which has offices in central Birmingham and Solihull, has announced the promotion of three specialist lawyers, reflecting the firm’s commitment to recognising and rewarding excellence within the legal industry. 

Head of Business Immigration, Pam Sidhu, has been promoted to Partner after joining the firm in 2013 and will continue advising UK and international clients on business immigration matters and working closely with Employment Partner, James Leo.

Kate Campbell-Gunn, a key figure in the firm’s Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence team, led by Annmarie Wilde has been promoted to Senior Associate.

In its Corporate team, Helen Smart has been promoted to Senior Associate. Based in the firm’s Birmingham office, Helen will continue to advise clients on corporate and commercial matters.

Eleanor Holland, Managing Partner at The Wilkes Partnership comments: “We are proud to recognise the hard work and dedication of these individuals and each of these promotions is fully deserved. They underline the strength of talent we have across a variety of departments and specialisms in the firm.”

“Each of these individuals has demonstrated an exceptional commitment to the firm and our clients and we look forward to supporting their career growth within the firm.”

For more information on the commercial, private and public legal services offered by The Wilkes Partnership, readers can visit www.wilkes.co.uk.

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