Sheffield solicitors, Taylor&Emmet LLP, are making a raft of promotions to acknowledge the individual efforts made during one of the most challenging years in its history.
A total of 10 members of staff, across five departments, have received commendation for their diligence, dedication and overall contribution to the future of the firm.
Wills and probate expert, Ben Brown, has been promoted to partner following the success of his niche intestacy tracing and empty homes work. Since joining Taylor&Emmet four years ago and beginning the project alone, he has expanded his client base and reputation nationwide to the point he now leads a team six.
Taylor&Emmet has also appointed its first ever senior associates, giving the honour to Elizabeth Alderson from residential conveyancing and commercial property specialist, Richard Whitely. A further seven employees have been made associates, including residential conveyancers, Helen Millard, Rebecca Tsang and Adam Gould, family law’s Dawn Lowry and Rachel Barlow, probate expert, Clare Gorman and Bryony Shaw from the commercial property team.
Sharna Poxon, Taylor&Emmet’s head of HR, said: “These promotions demonstrate our continued investment in all of our service areas and reflect the rich pool of talent across our firm today. Through our collective efforts, adaptability and resilience, we have come through the last 12 months stronger and fitter for the future in so many ways. We are excited and enthused by what has been accomplished and I would like to congratulate everyone on their achievements.”
Taylor&Emmet is also commending employment law specialist, Clare Moore, who has been admitted to the role of solicitor, after cross-qualifying from a chartered legal executive.