Liverpool based law firm, MSB has announced that it has added four new Partners to its team, taking the total number to 18 Partners across the business.
The promotions come in response to growth across the firm, with these individuals helping to drive the business forward.
New partners include Pippa Tudor, one-time trainee of MSB’s Managing Partner, Emma Carey, and Senior Associate Solicitor in the firm’s Family team, whose strong network in Cheshire and North Wales has allowed for the expansion of MSB’s private family offer.
Jack Medlicott, Senior Associate Solicitor in Commercial Property has been made Partner after developing the firm’s secured lending offer, as well as Andrew Moore, Head of Anti-Social Behaviour and Leasehold and Solicitor, who will be playing a large role in MSB’s growth across the North.
Also in the firm’s Social Housing team, Phillip Coburn, Head of Market Rents and Solicitor has been promoted to the position after making great strides in developing MSB’s recently introduced Private Landlord team.
Emma Carey, Managing Partner at MSB, said:
“Becoming a Partner of a firm is making a commitment to the future of that business, and it’s fantastic to have these new Partners coming through who are able to bring energy and new ideas to the existing team. It’s also really important for our junior lawyers and trainees to see the progression opportunities that exist within the profession, and to have these Partners who will support the next generation on their journeys.
“All of these individuals have proven themselves to be huge assets to MSB during their time at the firm. They are more than just amazing lawyers, they are the driving force to help take our business forward.
“We have grown the firm organically over the years and we continue to do so, with plans to recruit more trainees, expanding across the North and establishing a career progression programme so that everyone, from Paralegal to Partner, has a clear pathway to achieving their true potential. We have an exciting future ahead of us.”