Stevens & Bolton LLP has announced three new partners to the firm as part of a wider round of internal promotions.
Andrew Dodds (banking and finance), James Hardaker (private client) and James Lister (contentious trusts and probate) have been promoted to partnership, and senior associates Matthew Padian (banking and finance), Grace Parker-White (family) and Jackie Penlington (immigration) have all been promoted to managing associates. All promotions are effective as of 1 May 2019.
There are also nine new senior associate promotions: Sarah Balchin (corporate tax), Naomi Campbell (real estate litigation), James Evison (commercial litigation), Emma Leahey (corporate), Nassar Nassar (corporate), Abigail Palmer-Page (private client), Hollie Ryan (employment), Bethany Sheen (corporate) and Lucy Walker (restructuring and insolvency).
Commenting on the promotions Richard King, Managing Partner of Stevens & Bolton LLP, said: "These promotions reflect the significant contribution these individuals have made to the firm and we are delighted to recognise these talented lawyers. We are fortunate to have such a wealth of talent within the firm and are particularly pleased to have been able to make these promotions despite the continuing challenges faced in both the legal and economic environment.”