Keebles promotes three to partner

Keebles promotes three to partner

Keebles has promoted Bonita Wolfenden, Charlotte Harris and Carys Thompson to partner.

They join 17 other members of the team who have partner status at the firm.

Wolfenden leads the residential property department and has achieved her third promotion since joining in 2016. Her new role will involve managing a team of lawyers, legal executives, paralegals and legal assistants.

She said: “I feel very fortunate to become a partner—Keebles is a fantastic place to work. My aim is to continue to grow the residential property team and help it become the largest in South Yorkshire.”

Harris is part of the commercial property team at Keebles and has worked for the firm for five years.

She said: “The fact that all of our new partners are women is a clear demonstration of Keebles’ ongoing commitment to gender diversity within the legal profession.”

“As well as continuing to develop my area of practice in commercial property, I am looking forward to getting the chance to contribute to the running of the firm as a whole.”

Thompson joined the commercial team Keebles in 2017 and specialises in commercial arrangements and contracts. She has more than 15 years of experience.

She said: “I am looking forward to continuing to work within a very talented team and building on the fantastic client base that we have in providing commercial legal advice and assistance regionally, nationally and internationally.”

Keebles partner Paul Trudgill said: “Bonita, Charlotte and Carys are all talented individuals who have provided several years of fantastic service to our clients, so their promotion to become a partner is richly deserved.”

“As partners, their skills and experience will prove invaluable as we look to continue to progress all areas of the firm.”

Pictured: Charlotte Harris, Paul Trudgill, Bonita Wolfenden and Carys Thompson
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