Law firm makes raft of promotions

Michael Nutman

Law firm Anthony Collins (AC) has announced the promotion of six senior associates and five associates across its specialist sectors, including social housing, charities and private legal services. This is alongside promotions within the central management team across the firm.

The appointments span several of the B Corp accredited firm’s specialist departments including clinical negligence and personal injury, property, family, projects, corporate litigation and the governance funding and corporate teams.

Senior associate promotions include Michael Nutman, a funding specialist in the governance, funding and corporate team, Nicola Woods in the clinical negligence and personal injury team, Emma Watt in the projects team, Rebecca Sembuuze in the housing litigation team and Liam Fitzgerald and Rhys Baker who both act on a wide range of property disputes.

At associate level, Rebekah Sambrooks who specialises in mental health and Court of Protection Welfare law, Tom Gregory in the matrimonial team, Kirsty Duxbury who is a key part of the charities sector, Deborah Frost who advises on a range of in-housing related matters and Bethan Jones who is part of the housing litigation team, have all been promoted.

Phil Saunders, head of HR and office services at Anthony Collins, said: “We are pleased to announce these well-deserved promotions across our fee-earning and business support roles. Each individual will help to further strengthen the teams here at Anthony Collins and allow us to grow our work as a social purpose law firm and achieve our mission to improve lives, communities and society. I look forward to seeing the contribution they bring to the firm and our clients. Congratulations all.”

Peter Hubbard, managing partner at Anthony Collins, also commented on the latest round of promotions: “Supporting our team to grow and develop from within is one of the core principles at Anthony Collins. It’s fantastic to see members at multiple levels achieve promotions and continue to add value and skills throughout. We’re looking forward to seeing the new ways we can support clients through these elevated teams.”