Harrison Drury has made 10 senior promotions, including a new partner, as part of our succession and growth strategy.
Jack Stephenson, who started as a trainee in 2014, has been promoted to the role of partner in our corporate team. Also within the corporate team, Tim Grover has been promoted to senior associate and Kerry Southworth has been made an associate.
Rebecca Patience has been made a senior associate in the family law team, while Joseph Mitchell and Matt Astley become senior associates in property litigation and commercial litigation respectively.
Within the commercial property team, Catherine Worthington and Roberto Bonaminio have been promoted to associate.
Private client team members Victoria Hill and Scarlett Richardson have also received promotions with Victoria becoming a senior associate and Scarlett an associate.
Harrison Drury team promotions 2023
John Chesworth, executive chairman at Harrison Drury, said: “Giving people opportunities for growth and career development is a priority for us and it’s a pleasure to make these promotions, which are incredibly well deserved.
“What’s particularly pleasing is that Jack, Rebecca, Matthew and Kerry started here as either trainees or paralegals, and all qualified with us. These promotions show that Harrison Drury provides a rewarding and supportive environment where people stay and flourish.”
Speaking on being made a partner, Jack Stephenson, commented: “It’s been a great journey with Harrison Drury so far, with so many memorable experiences with colleagues and clients. I’m so proud and humbled to have been made a partner and I’m looking forward to helping others in the firm to grow and develop too.”
Pictured above left to right are Rebecca Patience, Tim Grover, Scarlett Richardson, Jack Stephenson, Victoria Hill, Roberto Bonaminio, Catherine Worthington, Kerry Southworth, Joe Mitchell, Matt Astley.
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