One of Yorkshire’s largest law firms, hlw Keeble Hawson, is further strengthening its commercial and private client teams in Sheffield and Doncaster with four internal promotions to partner.
In the commercial department the new partners are dispute resolution specialists Sarah Burton, based in Doncaster, and Roisin McCory, from the firm’s Commercial House office, Sheffield who has particular expertise in disputes involving intellectual property and information technology.
New partners in the private client team in Sheffield are partners Owen Brown, a personal injury lawyer, and Alex Guy, who specialises in court of protection work and who is the only court of protection-appointed deputy in South Yorkshire.
Managing partner Paul Trudgill said:
“These four new partners have a wealth of experience and specialist skills.
“They have already made significant contributions to the firm’s success and will be integral parts of the firm’s future growth and development.
“Their promotions are aligned with hlw Keeble Hawson’s policy to recognise and reward talent and commitment.
“We wish them continued success in their careers with the firm and our wide-ranging client portfolio.”