New roles for three at Thrings Romsey as firm announces largest ever round of promotions

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Top 100 law firm Thrings has appointed three members of its Romsey team to more senior roles as part of its largest-ever round of promotions.

Emily Harvey, in the Romsey-based Agriculture team, takes the newly-created role of senior associate, while Bonnie Ward (CILEx) and Carol Ward, both in the Succession and Tax team, become associates.

Their promotions are among 18 made across the firm, which has appointed three partners, a legal director, eight senior associates and six associates across its offices in Romsey, London, Bristol, Bath and Swindon.

The appointments represent a continued commitment to growth by the firm which recently appointed residential property specialist Sue Cornall as a senior associate in its Romsey Private Client team.

Thrings first opened in Hampshire in 2016, and now its Romsey office has 25 legal and business services specialists supporting a growing client base in the key practice areas of agriculture, agribusiness, landed estates and private client.

Simon Holdsworth, managing partner of Thrings, said: “Career progression remains integral to Thrings’ future growth and success, and a key component of our strategy is to ensure the right career structures and frameworks are in place. Doing this enables us to drive standards of performance and nurture and retain talent so our experts are well-placed to provide specialist legal advice to new and existing clients at all times.

“While these appointments are an illustration of that strategy, they also reinforce the firm’s commitment to organic growth. The Management Board and I would like to congratulate and thank all those who have secured promotions for their hard work and ongoing dedication to their clients and the firm, and wish them every success in their new roles.”

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