Aaron & Partners celebrates success with multiple promotions
6th October, 2014
Aaron & Partners LLP is celebrating its continued growth with the promotion of eight high performing members of staff.
Solicitors also enjoying promotion are David Mann (Litigation), Jamie Hawley (Corporate & Commercial), Giles Williams and Andrew Lees (both Commercial Property) and James Wallace (Wills Trusts & Tax), all of whom have been promoted to Associate.
Andy Duxbury, Chief Executive, said of the promotions: “All of these promotions are in recognition of each individual’s excellent performance over a number of years and are thoroughly deserved. We are committed to maximising the potential of our staff and I look forward to watching their continuing advancement within the firm.”
The promotions are part of an ongoing expansion programme across the Aaron & Partners’ offices in Chester, Manchester and Shrewsbury.
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