Leading regional law firm, Howes Percival has announced 14 senior promotions, including three new partners as it prepares for further growth.
The promotions span Howes Percival’s Cambridge, Leicester, Milton Keynes, Northampton, and Norwich offices, covering its commercial property, corporate and commercial, employment, intellectual property, dispute resolution, estates, planning and construction practices.
Hannah Steggles, Katharine Danks and Nicola Curle have been made partners in the firm. Katherine Cereghino, Erica Gradus, Hannah Pryce, Jenna Bruce, Elizabeth Thomas, Alexandra Kirkwood, Matthew Thompson and Victoria Sandell have been promoted to the level of director. Jamie Childs, Charlotte McClean and Lora Moutafova have been made senior associates.
Howes Percival has also named a new head of department for its corporate and commercial services. After more than a decade in the role, Senior partner, Gerald Couldrake, will pass the baton on to Daniel Banton. Gerald will continue to head Howes Percival’s very successful Northampton corporate and commercial team and to support Daniel in his new role. The firm also confirmed that it is continuing its recruitment drive to bolster its commercial offering still further.
Geraint Davies, partner at Howes Percival said, “Congratulations to everyone on their promotions – which acknowledge the hard work, dedication and invaluable contribution these individuals have made, both in their respective practice areas and to the firm overall. At Howes Percival, we are committed to investing and developing our people, and giving them opportunities to develop their career with the firm. So, I’m particularly delighted for Hannah and Lora who started their law careers with us as trainees.”