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Ashfords LLP Announces Six Partner Promotions Across the Firm

Ashfords LLP is delighted to announce six Partner promotions across the firm. The latest round of promotions raises the number of Partners at the firm to 73. Recognising and rewarding the growth and development of our people is an integral part of the firm’s commitment to deliver an unparalleled service to clients.

The firm's Real Estate team has been boosted with three new Partners. Ben Tarrant has expertise in the health, care and charity sectors. Simon Bailey specialises in commercial property transactions. Lara Moore specialises in marine licensing and marine regulation (including Harbour Orders).

Amy Gallimore is a specialist in Ashfords' Restructuring & Insolvency team. Her practice encompasses advisory, disputes and transactional work.

Barny Croft has been promoted to Partner in the firm's Disputed Wills, Trusts and Estates team. He represents national charities, trustees, executors and professional referrers on trust disputes.

Andy Young works in the firm's Corporate team and has significant experience in advising clients on mergers and acquisition (nationally and cross-border), joint ventures and private equity.

Commenting on the promotions, Ashfords' CEO, Louise Workman said: "Despite the challenges over the 18 months, we are committed to developing high-quality talent that supports our commitment to delivering a consistent service for our clients. The Partner promotions highlight the talent we have across a range of specialisms. We are delighted to announce these promotions in recognition of their contribution to the firm’s ongoing success."

Ken Bryant, Head of HR at Ashfords, added: "Developing, recognising and rewarding the commitment and contribution of our talented lawyers and seeing them progress within the business remains a key priority as the firm continues to grow. The large number of promotions announced is evidence of the depth of talent within the business and the promotions are thoroughly deserved."

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