80 Promotions To New Senior Associate Role At Irwin Mitchell

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16 March 2017


Irwin MitchellNational law firm Irwin Mitchell has announced 80 promotions across the country to a newly created Senior Associate role.

The promotions include 30 business lawyers, 26 in Personal Injury and 12 working in Private Client areas of law. There are also nine from IT, Finance and Marketing and three from the Group companies Ascent and Coris.

In October last year Irwin Mitchell also announced a record number of associate promotions (51) for the fourth year running.

Andrew Tucker, Group Chief Executive at Irwin Mitchell, said: “The role of Senior Associate provides career development opportunities for high performing Associates and recognises developing leaders and technical experts. This is another example of how we are willing to invest in our people.

“I’m delighted to be able to congratulate so many talented employees across our Group on their promotions and it is testament to our strength in breadth that business and personal legal services, as well as our group services teams, are well represented.”

The promotions will take effect from 1st May 2017.



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