Stephens Scown has promoted ten high flying lawyers into associate, senior associate and partner roles. The promotions have been made in a number of the firm’s specialist teams including commercial property, planning, holiday and residential parks, family law and private client.
Stephens Scown LLP has promoted four of its lawyers to partners, bringing the total number of partners at the firm to 53. Exeter-based Kirstie Apps, a specialist in holiday and residential parks law, has been promoted to partner. Nigel Coveney, who is also based in Exeter and part of the commercial property team, also becomes a partner.
Two new partners have been promoted in Stephens Scown’s Truro office. They are Chris Tofts, from the planning team and Matthew Cross, a specialist in Wills, trusts and inheritance planning.
Five solicitors have been promoted to senior associate. They are Sarah Bell, from the firm’s family law team in Truro, Jennifer Burden from the St Austell Commercial Property team, James Burrows from the Dispute and Resolution team in Truro, Victoria Perry from the Commercial Property team in Truro and Kay Rumford from the commercial property team in Exeter. Gabrielle Medland from the private client team in Exeter has been promoted to associate.
Stephens Scown’s managing partner Robert Camp said: “One of the best parts of my job is being able to recognise talent and hard work through promotions. As well as their legal knowledge and expertise, our newly promoted lawyers have all worked hard to improve the client service the firm provides. I’m sure they will continue to bring this flair and enthusiasm to their new roles.”