Harrison Drury has kicked off the new year by promoting five staff members.
Within its commercial property team, Daniel Boulton and Hannah Hughes have been promoted to senior associate and associate respectively.
James Robbins, an insolvency and business recovery specialist in the firm’s dispute resolution team, becomes senior associate, while employment lawyer Sarah Astley has been promoted to associate.
Kerry Southworth, who started with the firm as a paralegal in July 2015, has also received a promotion after becoming a graduate member of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (CILEx).
Gavin Wright, CEO at Harrison Drury, said: “All five of our newly-promoted staff have impressed us and our clients immensely in the time they’ve been with us.
“As we continue to grow, it’s essential we develop our people and create new opportunities to attract and retain staff. These promotions are all about recognising excellent work and making it possible for people to progress their careers with us.”
Harrison Drury employs 120 staff across its five North West offices in Clitheroe, Garstang, Preston, Lancaster and Kendal.
The firm has twice been named in the Sunday Times Top 100 Best Small Companies to Work For list in 2016 and 2017.