A “magnificent seven” solicitors working across Stowe Family Law’s network of 15 offices have been promoted at the end of another successful financial year, which has seen the opening of a further four offices across the country and continued growth.
Promotions have been made internally with Phoebe Turner promoted to Managing Partner of the next office to open in the firm’s network, in London Victoria, whilst four other members of the firm have been promoted to partner and a further two to senior solicitor.
Senior Solicitors Debbie Heald from the Leeds office, Holly Lamb from the Tunbridge Wells office, Amy Foweather from the Beverley office and Mark Chapman from the Winchester office have all been promoted to Partner.
Additionally, Solicitors Mark Heppinstall and James Scarborough, who work at Ilkley and St Albans offices respectively, have been promoted to Senior Solicitors.
Stowe Family law’s senior partner Julian Hawkhead said:
“It gives me great pleasure to make this announcement and reward the significant contributions of these highly talented lawyers to the team.
“I have had the privilege to watch how they have developed over the last few years and to reward their hard work with these promotions is richly deserved.
“The firm prides itself on the outstanding levels of client care and advice that we strive to achieve for all our clients, and these individuals epitomise all that we represent.
“Our lawyers have the freedom to work in a way that brings the best out in them; they aren’t constrained by endless office red tape and are not limited by an unnecessarily burdensome corporate environment.
“We embrace an entrepreneurial flair and we support this ambition in all our lawyers and equip them with the opportunities to do what they do best – serve the needs of their clients.
“As the country’s leading specialist family law firm with exciting growth plans, we are attracting an exceptionally high calibre of lawyer to our team. We can also offer a clear career progression path and a platform for the best family lawyers pursue opportunities that most interest them”.