Leading South Coast and Thames Valley law firm, Coffin Mew, has strengthened its team with the appointment of two newly qualified solicitors and two further promotions.
The news follows an earlier round of promotions during the Summer, which saw Emma Stevens appointed to Partner in the Dispute Resolution team and the announcement of three new associates within the firm’s Employment, Property Litigation and New Homes teams.
Trainee duo make the grade!
Congratulations are in order for newly qualified solicitors, Emma Jones and Samantha Kerins, following the successful completion of their training contracts with Coffin Mew.
Emma qualifies into the Family team, in which she spent the final year of her training contract building on her legal skills and developing client relationships. Emma studied Law and International Relations at the University of Surrey and completed the Legal Practice Course at the University of Law in Guildford.
Samantha takes up her role as Solicitor in the Dispute Resolution team, advising individuals and companies on a wide range of commercial disputes, including contractual disputes and debt recovery. Samantha completed her law degree at the University of East Anglia, followed by the Legal Practice Course at the University of Law in Guildford.
Miles Brown, CEO of Coffin Mew, said: “We are extremely proud of Emma and Samantha as they qualify into new roles within our Family and Dispute Resolution teams. Over the last two years these talented young solicitors have proven themselves to be valued members of the Coffin Mew team and we look forward to helping them develop and grow within the firm.”
Conveyancing specialists appointed to Manager
Experienced conveyancing specialists, Natasha Freeman and Elisabeth Smith, are both promoted to Conveyancing Managers, in recognition of their expertise and commitment to client excellence.
Ian Peach, Head of Residential Property, said: “Coffin Mew’s award winning Residential Property team is renowned for its excellence and reliability, built on the hard work and dedication of our people. Natasha and Elisabeth are no exception and I am delighted to announce their thoroughly deserved promotions.”