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Clarke Willmott promotions 2022

Congratulations to our newly promoted colleagues!

We are delighted to announce seven new associates across our seven regional offices. Meanwhile two lawyers were also promoted to partner and eight to senior associate.


Risk and compliance lawyer Lai Fan has been promoted from solicitor to associate.


Sam Neagle, a private capital solicitor, has been promoted from senior associate to partner. Sam specialises in the administration of deceased estates with a particular focus on the complex estates of high net worth individuals, and also advises on complex intestate estates involving large numbers of beneficiaries.

Georgia Collier, who also works in private capital, and commercial property lawyer Fran Killey, have been promoted to associate.


Corporate lawyer Sally Grech has been promoted to associate.


Construction lawyer Simone Protheroe has been promoted from associate to senior associate.


Matthew Dootson, a corporate lawyer, and construction lawyer Harriet Atkin have been promoted to senior associate, while family lawyer Emily Finn becomes an associate.


Gemma Osgood, a personal injury solicitor, has been promoted to partner. Gemma regularly deals with all types of clinical negligence claims, including multi-million pound cerebral palsy claims, spinal injury claims, amputations, fatal accidents claims and other lower value claims. She also deals with dental negligence claims and inquests.

Sasha Jewhurst, a commercial property lawyer, and Sarah Orchard, who works in housing management, have been promoted to senior associate, while corporate lawyer Hollie Blackwood Fisher becomes an associate.


Robert Mullen, a commercial and private client litigation lawyer, James Edmondson, a personal injury lawyer, and planning lawyer Laura Urch have been promoted to senior associate, while commercial property lawyer Jessamy Warren becomes an associate.

Clarke Willmott CEO, Stephen Rosser, said: “Developing our people is absolutely fundamental to us as a business. The great service that we can provide to our clients is only possible due to the great people we have within the firm, and this has become even more critical as we embrace flexible ways of working.

“Whether our staff began their careers with us or joined at a more advanced level we are committed to training and developing our talent.”


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