Ramsdens Solicitors has promoted three lawyers to partner in its latest annual promotions round.
The firm has also promoted nine members of staff to associate and senior associate roles.
The new partners at Ramsdens are Kirsty Jackson (commercial property), Natalie Lang (Court of Protection) and Sarah Ward (family).
Jodie Wielgus, Adam Cockroft, Lynn Snowdon and Rachel Straughan have been promoted to senior associate.
Katie Whitehead, Katie Sharp, Emma Spragg, Lindsay Preston and Jolene Briggs have been promoted to associate.
These promotions will significantly bolster the firm’s family, private client, corporate and commercial, and commercial property teams, according to Ramsdens.
Paul Joyce, managing partner at Ramsdens, said: “I am delighted to congratulate all of those who have been promoted this year. Everyone has made a strong contribution to the firm, developing and growing our client relationships through their efforts across their individual departments.”
“This year’s promotions across the firm, coupled with our move into York, is the catalyst for a new growth phase for Ramsdens, which continues to invest in the development and training of all its staff.”
One of the new partners, Ward, commented: “I am delighted to have become a partner at Ramsdens. These are exciting times to be part of a progressive firm which continues to grow whilst still supporting and developing its employees. I am looking forward to the challenges that my role will bring as well as continuing to promote Ramsdens as a leading law firm.”
New senior associate Wielgus added: “Having joined Ramsdens 13 years ago, having just completed my law degree, I am absolutely delighted to have been promoted to senior associate.”
“Ramsdens have supported and encouraged me throughout my employment and my promotion is attributable to not only hard work but the philosophy of the firm and its partners by trusting their staff and rewarding and promoting within. I am incredibly proud to be part of an award winning firm and look forward to being part of its future growth.”