Moore Blatch solicitors, which has offices in Southampton, Lymington, the City of London and Richmond, has announced 17 firm-wide promotions including four partner promotions, three new partners and six new associate solicitors.
Moore Blatch is one of the largest law firms in the South of England, employing around 300 people. It reported income of almost £21 million in the last financial year.
The promotions include Dr Anne Cassidy, Sarah Stanton, and Maya Sushil, who all specialise in clinical negligence, and Stephen Ball who specialises in residential land development.
The four new partners are Jackie Nash, an expert residential property solicitor; Zoe Owen, a specialist in new-build property sales; Sarah Jordan, a real-estate lawyer specialising in rural issues; and Alison Lloyd, a probate expert.
Six solicitors have been promoted to associate level: Abi Fletcher, a clinical negligence specialist, Peter Worrall, a business asset recovery expert; Amandeep Khasriya, a major trauma lawyer; Suzanne Mynors, a private client lawyer specialising in services for the elderly; Steven Watts an expert in commercial property law; and Susannah Marsh, who specialises in asset recovery.
In addition, Moore Blatch has promoted four of its heads of service: Lee Jarvis to head of finance; Nikki Gowers to head of human resources; Ross Sergeant to information technology director; and Chris Ake to commercial director.
Ed Whittington, managing partner at Moore Blatch, said: “We believe strongly in recognising the expertise and achievements of all our staff. These promotions are a reflection of the exceptional employees we have across all our legal disciplines as well as the professional services teams that supports them. The promotions also recognise the fantastic service these individuals provide both to our clients and to Moore Blatch as a firm. I congratulate all on these well-deserved promotions.”