Liverpool city centre-based Morecrofts has unveiled a raft of senior promotions in litigation, property, family law and private client work. Tony McDonough reports
Liverpool law firm Morecrofts has promoted seven members of its team to senior positions.
Experienced licensed conveyancer Peter Pownall, litigation specialist Carly Philp and Helen Robins, who leads the Court of Protection team, now become senior associates at the practice which has its headquarters in the Cotton Exchange.
And property specialists Caroline Grundy and Alison Williams, family law solicitor Kim Okell, and private client lawyer Vicki Morris have all been promoted to associate solicitor. The promotions feature staff from each of Morecrofts’ six offices in the Liverpool city region, in Prescot, Crosby, Allerton, Woolton, Wirral and Liverpool.
Alison Lobb, managing partner at Morecrofts, said: “In these difficult and worrying times for many people, we are pleased to be able to share some positive news about so many members of our team.
“These thoroughly deserved promotions demonstrate the high level of performance and commitment to excellence shown throughout our team on a daily basis. They also reflect the breadth of our legal services and office network.
“We continue to attract and retain the best talent by giving them a clear career path at Morecrofts and the success of this approach is evidenced by the high proportion of our current senior and partnership team who began their training with us.”