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Law firm announces four new partners

Law firm Shoosmiths has announced four new partners in its corporate, real estate, personal advisory and business advisory divisions.

Shoosmiths’ new partners in Birmingham are Elinor Sandbach (Real Estate Litigation), Lucy Taylor (Wealth Protection/Court of Protection), Sarah Tedstone (Commercial/Privacy and Data), plus Simon Procter (Corporate) in Leeds.

In addition, Shoosmiths has promoted two to legal director and 13 to principal associate, and now has a 38% female partnership.

Shoosmiths chairperson, Peter Duff, said: “We’d like to congratulate our promotees on their new roles and thank them for their respective contributions to Shoosmiths over the years.

“Their drive, alignment to the firm’s values, and their dedication to clients really goes a long way in making our firm a success and will support the business for many years to come.

“We’re excited about where Shoosmiths is going - 2021 is an important juncture for the firm as we emerge from the pandemic. There is no doubt that we are a firm with a lot of talent across our divisions and sectors, and we’re committed to developing this.”

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