Three new partners and seven new associates at Chadwick Lawrence

Three new partners and seven new associates at Chadwick Lawrence

Chadwick Lawrence has announced the creation of three new partners and seven new associates.

Sarah Wood (employment), Simon Ingham (dispute resolution) and Peter Harling (corporate recovery & insolvency) have been promoted to partners, while Jack Oldroyd and Sam Pawson (both employment), Michelle Myers, Sue McKee and Paulette St Hilaire (all home & property), and Gareth Williams (wills & probate) have all been made associates.

Wood, based at the Wakefield office, has worked for the firm for over 20 years and recently completed her post-graduate diploma in HR Management. Ingham, based at the Leeds office, joined Chadwick Lawrence in 2005 and is an expert in contentious probate and land disputes. He is also qualified in both England and Scotland.

Harling, based at both the Leeds and Huddersfield offices, specialises in all aspects of dispute resolution and also deals with commercial disputes and corporate recovery & insolvency. He joined the firm in 2009 and was made an associate just 12 months ago.

Managing partner, Neil Wilson, who was named Managing Partner of the Year at the Yorkshire Legal Awards, said: “Here at Chadwick Lawrence we’re about recognising hard work, dedication and passion. Those promoted embody these values and truly deserve their success.

“I am incredibly proud of them, their contribution to the firm and the example they set for the team; I am sure they can spearhead our continuing success in the coming years.”

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