National law firm Bond Dickinson has appointed four new partners, bringing the total number of partners to 152.
The promotions range from across the firm’s real estate, charities and information technology practices and four of its UK offices.
The new partners are: Katherine Douglas, real estate, Bristol; Emma Moody, charities, Newcastle; Verity Waington, real estate, Southampton; Emma Wright, information technology, London.
Bond Dickinson’s managing martner Jonathan Blair said: “We are delighted to announce this year’s promotions, which recognise each of the individuals’ talents and legal expertise, as well as their outstanding contribution and commitment to the firm’s ambitions.
“We recognise that our people are at the heart of our successes and this year’s promotions reflect our commitment to nurturing and rewarding the talent we hold within the firm; each of them has shown a great capacity for growing our business and ensuring excellent service for our clients.”
“This year’s partner promotions announcement follows a string of high-profile lateral hires for the firm over the last six months including Patrick Cantrill, intellectual property partner, from Walker Morris, Robert Drewett and Mark Woodward, private wealth partners from Osborne Clarke and Hannah Cane, insurance partner from Kennedy’s.
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