Saturday, June 25, 2022

Gateley announces a raft of new promotions at its Nottingham office

Legal and professional services group Gateley has announced its latest round of promotions, which includes eight people from its Nottingham office.

Charlie Jakeman – a construction lawyer, Elly Duggins – a lawyer in the real estate team and Natalie Howes, who is a commercial dispute resolution lawyer, have all been promoted to the position of legal director.

Three new senior associates have been confirmed with residential development lawyers Alexandra Smith and Lauren Jeffery, along with Charlotte Chapman who is a real estate lawyer.

Nathan Allaway, who is also a lawyer within the real estate team and banking lawyer Alicia Bradburn have both been made associates.

Andrew Macmillan, partner and head of Gateley’s Nottingham office, said: “I congratulate all those who have received a promotion and believe this sets a very positive tone as we continue to emerge from the challenges of the last two years and the pandemic.

“At Gateley we are committed to recognising and rewarding our region’s top legal talent which in turn ensures we can deliver the best service to our clients. All promotions are very well deserved as they have demonstrated dedication and a determination to succeed by going above and beyond for their clients and our business.”

A total of 70 promotions were announced across Gateley including eight new partners, nine legal directors, 23 senior associates and 30 new associates. In addition to Nottingham, the promotions span Gateley’s offices in Belfast, Birmingham, Dubai, Guildford, Leeds, London, Manchester and Reading.

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