Sintons continues its expansion with the announcement of promotions
Law firm Sintons continues its expansion with the announcement of six promotions across the different areas of its business.
The promotions, involving two new partners, one senior associate and three associates, recognise the talent, commitment and dedication of the individuals concerned in their specialist fields of work.
Both have been instrumental in the growth and development of their respective teams and in overseeing complex matters on behalf of clients from across the UK.
Sintons has also promoted residential conveyancing specialist Suzanne Dixon to senior associate and has named three new associates – private client solicitor Lauren Coad, dispute resolution lawyer Adam Hutton and Neurotrauma specialist Nicki Waugh.
The two new Sintons’ partners spoke of their delight at their promotion.
“It feels great to be recognised for all my hard work, but I could not have done this without the support of everyone at Sintons, my clients and my contacts. I’m looking forward to this next stage in my career,” said Emma.
Paul said: “Being promoted to partner means a great deal to me, especially in a firm like Sintons. It is a great place to work and to progress within.
“I have been supported throughout my career here and I really look forward to the future and the different challenges that my promotion will bring.”
On becoming a senior associate, Suzanne said: “I’m so pleased and proud. It reflects my hard work and dedication, and the support that I’ve had from my supervisors and colleagues along the way.”
Sintons’ new associates also spoke of their pride at the recognition of their efforts.
“I am delighted to have been promoted to associate in the private client team said Lauren.
“The firm has been incredibly supportive of my professional development, and I’m thrilled to have the opportunity to be part of its growth, both regionally and nationally.”
Adam said: “This is a firm that is committed to investing in its employees to allow them to grow and progress in their careers.
“The dispute resolution department has an excellent reputation and I look forward to contributing to its growth and development whilst continuing to work with new and existing clients.”
Nicki added: “It means a lot to receive recognition for the work I do. I thank the firm for the support and encouragement they have given to me in achieving this goal.”
Christopher Welch, managing partner of Sintons, said: “We are lucky to have talented and committed people throughout Sintons. As an Investor in People we believe in nurturing and supporting all our people and encouraging them to achieve their full potential. It is a privilege each year to be able to reward the outstanding efforts we have seen with promotion.
“Emma and Paul have been with Sintons for a number of years and have excelled in their respective fields, becoming trusted advisors to clients from across the country and supporting them in some milestone moments in their lives. I am delighted to welcome them both as partners in the firm.
“Suzanne, Lauren, Adam and Nicki have all shown outstanding dedication to their clients and their roles, playing a key part in their growth and development of their respective teams.
“We wish them all the very best of luck as they continue to progress their careers at Sintons.”