Thames Valley law firm Boyes Turner has promoted five lawyers. The promotions to Partner and Senior Associate come across the Reading-based business in its commercial property, dispute resolution, court of protection, community care and development teams.
Commercial property specialist Philip Jacques has been promoted to Partner. Philip specialises in landlord and tenant work.
Rachel Brown, a specialist in cross-border disputes, has been promoted to Senior Associate in the dispute resolution team.
In the Court of Protection team, Sue Clark becomes a Senior Associate. Sue’s work in the Court of Protection team sees her support vulnerable clients and their families.
James Pantling-Skeet has been promoted to Senior Associate, Community Care. James has been ranked by Chambers & Partners as an ‘Associate to Watch’ for two consecutive years.
In the Development & House Building Team, Steph Richards has been promoted to Senior Associate. Steph specialises in acting for developers, promoters, landowners, land traders and funders in connection with development and land transactions and secured funding arrangements.
Commenting on the promotions, Boyes Turner’s managing partner Jonathan Grigg said: “These five lawyers are a brilliant group of people, doing demanding work in their specialist areas. They thoroughly deserve their success, and I look forward to what comes next for all of them.”
Consistent with our policy when giving comment and advice on a non-specific basis, we cannot assume legal responsibility for the accuracy of any particular statement. In the case of specific problems we recommend that professional advice be sought.