Two lawyers promoted at Switalskis

Two lawyers promoted at Switalskis

Yorkshire law firm Switalskis Solicitors has promoted experienced associate solicitors Amy Clowrey and Natalie Cosgrove to director.

The pair joined Switalskis in 2016 and both became associate solicitors after successfully completing the firm’s associate development programme.

A key member of the Switalskis child abuse claims team, Wakefield-based Clowrey promotes the rights of, and access to justice for, victims of child sexual abuse.

Sheffield-based Cosgrove specialises in medical negligence and inquests, working tirelessly for parents affected by birth injuries and infant deaths.

Commenting on her promotion, Clowrey: “I am driven by achieving the best outcomes for clients and I am looking forward to the challenges that being a director will present, especially as the group continues to grow which will inevitably spark further development opportunities.”

Cosgrove said: “Becoming a director is the start of a new chapter whilst also being a reflection of my hard work so far. It gives clients further reassurance that I have passed a rigorous process and have the skills, experience and expertise to become a director.”

John Durkan, managing director at Switalskis Group, said: “Amy and Natalie truly are inspirational lawyers. It is evident that they are both driven by the desire to effect change for good and I have the utmost respect for them. Their passion, integrity and tenacity in supporting individuals and families they represent is remarkable.”

“Client care is paramount in their specialist areas of law and Amy and Natalie demonstrate sensitivity and empathy for each and every client they represent. I wish them every success in their roles as directors and I am immensely proud to have them as senior members of the Switalskis group.”

Pictured: John Durkan, Natalie Cosgrove and Amy Clowrey
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