Thomson Snell & Passmore unveils series of promotions and appointments

Kent law firm Thomson Snell & Passmore has made a series of promotions and appointments from across its departments. The promotions, which took effect from 1 January 2024, include one associate and one legal executive, as well as five newly qualified solicitors. 

Lawrence Hiller-Wood in the Will, Trust & Estate Disputes team is promoted to associate and Natasha Moran in the Dispute Resolution team to legal executive. 

The new promotions are in addition to the 18 made in June 2023 and demonstrate the firm’s commitment to developing talent and providing career opportunities.

The new appointments are current trainee solicitors with the firm. Jack Pavey, Rachel Macmillan, Harry Roffey and Freya Vale will join the Corporate & Commercial team and Olivia Grainge will join the Real Estate team when they qualify as solicitors in March 2024. 

These appointments support the continued growth of the firm’s Corporate & Commercial department in particular to reflect the growing demands of its clients in the mid-market M&A space. 

Joanna Pratt, senior partner at Thomson Snell & Passmore, said: “I speak for everyone across Thomson Snell & Passmore in offering huge congratulations to all on these well-deserved promotions and appointments.

“As a firm, we have always been dedicated to nurturing talent and I have no doubt that these individuals will go on to shine in their new roles.”

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