Record Start Enables Wilkes to Invest in the Future with New Appointments
Following a record start to year, leading Midlands law firm The Wilkes Partnership has continued to grow, announcing the appointment of four trainees and three newly qualified lawyers.
Charlotte Moore, Kate Barker, Matthew Smith and Sarah Richardson join the firm’s trainee programme in the business recovery, property, private client and commercial property teams respectively. They follow in the footsteps of former trainees Lucy Ashplant, Charlotte Doyle and Kate Draper, who are taking new positions as newly qualified lawyers in the private client, business recovery and commercial litigation departments.
Mark Abrol, managing partner at The Wilkes Partnership, comments:
“The Wilkes Partnership is committed to investing in talent and we’re delighted to be offering training contracts to Charlotte, Kate, Matthew and Sarah. Investing in the next generation of lawyers is key to the future growth of the firm, and we’re proud to say that we consistently retain our trainees thanks to the dynamic environment and broad spectrum of work we are able to offer.
“With this in mind, we want to congratulate Lucy, Charlotte and Kate on their appointments as newly qualified lawyers. Throughout their training contracts, they have all demonstrated the commitment to technical excellence, tenacity and drive to make excellent additions to the Wilkes team. We are delighted that the success of the business enables us to create these new positions and I look forward to working alongside them as the firm continues to grow.”