Shoosmiths announces 2013 promotions
Six new partners are among 22 promotions at Shoosmiths. The partners are joined in the law firm’s 2013 round by 16 new senior associates.
The new partners are Helen Burgess and Stuart Lawrenson (both employment), Paul Kirkpatrick (commercial litigation), Karen Procter (corporate), Phil Ryan (regulatory) and James Wynne (real estate).
The new senior associates are Siobhan Atkin, Simon Fennell and Sarah Lovell (all employment), Kate Barry and Erica Simpson (commercial litigation), Sharine Barry (private client), Helen Collinge (Recoveries Services Group), Emma Dolphin, Robert Laugharne, Alex Lilley and Tom Wilde (corporate), Sarah Livestro (competition), Hayley Saunders (regulatory), Ewan Drummond and Joe Stephenson (commercial) and Aaron Harlow (restructuring and insolvency).
All promotions take effect from 1 May.
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