Five senior promotions at law firm Morecrofts

Liverpool law firm Morecrofts Solicitors announces five senior promotions across its specialist teams

Laura Monti
Laura Monti is now an associate solicitor at Morecrofts. Picture by Gareth Jones


Law firm Morecrofts has announced five promotions across its Merseyside offices.

Alison Williams has been promoted to senior associate solicitor, specialising in residential property. Laura Monti and Ellie Slater have both been promoted to the role of associate solicitor, working in the litigation and family law teams respectively.

Liz Potter also steps up to associate legal executive in the matrimonial team and Emma McNamara has been promoted to senior paralegal, specialising in private client. They all work at the firm’s offices across Merseyside, including Prescot, Wirral and Liverpool.

Alison Lobb, managing partner at Morecrofts, said: “We have been proud to see the continued development of these five excellent legal professionals.

“Ellie started her career with us as a trainee solicitor, while the others have now worked with us for several years, having chosen to develop the next stage of their careers with our firm.


Emma McNamara
Emma McNamara becomes a senior paralegal at Morecrofts. Picture by Gareth Jones


“Not only are they all talented, passionate advocates for our clients, but their efforts have also supported a continued growth in client instructions and turnover across the firm.

“It is wonderful, therefore, to be able to reward their excellent work and further elevate their roles within Morecrofts over the years to come.”

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Two new trainee solicitors have also begun their journey to qualification with Morecrofts in recent weeks. Amy Knowles has taken her first seat within the matrimonial team in Liverpool, while Megan Williams has joined the private client team in Crosby.

Alison added: “We have an incredible wealth of young legal talent within Morecrofts and we wish every success to Megan and Amy as they embark on their training contracts. The future of our firm is certainly very bright.”

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