Pinsent Masons promotes 22 to its partnership

02 Apr 2024 | 12:23 pm | 1 min. read

Multinational law firm Pinsent Masons has boosted its global professional services capabilities with the promotion of 22 new partners.

Taking effect as of 1 May, the firm has appointed new partners throughout its global network, with three promotions in Asia Pacific, five in EMEA, and 14 in the UK, raising the total number of partners to 502. All the firm’s sectors and practice groups have welcomed new additions, with ten new partners in the energy sector and five in the Technology, Science, and Industry (TSI) sector.

Andrew Masraf, Senior Partner at Pinsent Masons, said: "These promotions highlight the exceptional talent across our firm. They not only strengthen our Partner team, but also reinforce the breadth of our capability and our strength in depth across all our key sectors.

“These promotions are crucial for shaping our business and demonstrate our ongoing commitment to invest in our global business. With over 500 partners, our firm is set to continue its exciting growth trajectory."

The full list of those promoted to partner is as follows:

  • Neal Anderson, Energy, Infrastructure, Real Estate, Construction Advisory & Disputes (UK)
  • Zoe Betts, Energy, Infrastructure, Technology, Science & Industry, Litigation, Food Safety (UK)
  • Frits Burg, Financial Services, Corporate (Netherlands)
  • Yong Neng Chan, Energy, Infrastructure, Construction Advisory & Disputes (Singapore)
  • Rhian Critchell, Energy, Corporate (UK)
  • Stephanie Dekker, Employment & Reward (Netherlands)
  • Kate Dodd, Employment & Reward (UK)
  • Christopher Evans, Financial Services, Employment & Reward (UK)
  • Lauro Fava, Technology, Science & Industry, Technology, Media & Telecommunications (UK)
  • Karen Gallagher, Technology, Science & Industry, Intellectual Property (Ireland)
  • James Hillman, Financial Services, Restructuring (UK)
  • Peter Jang, Energy & Infrastructure, Projects (Singapore)
  • Rami Labib, Universities & Higher Education, Commercial (UK)
  • Mhairi Mival, Financial Services, Technology, Media & Telecommunications (UK)
  • Dorian Rees, Real Estate, Technology, Science & Industry, Corporate (Ireland)
  • Emma Roberts, Energy, Infrastructure, Projects (South Africa)
  • Rebecca Rowley, Real Estate, Property (UK)
  • Hinesh Shah, Energy, Financial Services & Infrastructure, Forensic and Accounting Services (UK)
  • Naomi Stafford, Energy, Infrastructure & Real Estate, Construction Advisory & Disputes (UK)
  • David Trethowan, Energy, Projects (UK)
  • Graham Wallace, Energy, Property (UK)
  • Nicole Whitby, Energy & Infrastructure, Construction Advisory & Disputes (Australia)

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