The Nottingham office of law firm, Shakespeare Martineau is developing the next generation of legal talent, with Hannah Awcock qualifying as a solicitor in the real estate team.
Elsewhere across the firm, the Birmingham office sees four associate promotions and two newly qualified solicitors. Emma Oliver, part of the employment team; Jennie Davis, who works in corporate finance; Ben Humphreys, a dispute resolution specialist and Grace Strawford in asset finance, have all been promoted to associate.
Laura Taylor, a member of the construction and engineering team, and Samantha Vaughan, in real estate, have both qualified as solicitors and will be working alongside teams in the Birmingham office.
Lucy Saddington has been promoted to associate within the real estate team in London, and Daniel Robinson-Wells has been promoted to principal planner in the Stratford-upon-Avon team of Marrons Planning, part of Shakespeare Martineau.
Helen Hay, head of HR at Shakespeare Martineau, said: “These promotions are reflective of the ambitious talent within the firm’s ranks and will further strengthen foundations for future growth. Each of our associates has progressed through our in-house Academy, honing their client service skills, whilst focusing on personal development. They will all bring a significant amount of value and skill to their respective teams and offices.
“The large number of promotions is testament to the hard-working and entrepreneurial mindset we encourage everyone at the firm to adopt. Spotting and rewarding talent and hard work is an important part of our ethos, and every one of our new associates and newly-qualified solicitors is entirely deserving of their new roles. We look forward to helping them flourish and progress within the firm.”