Belfast’s Tughans celebrates growth with 16 promotions and appointments
Belfast law firm Tughans has made 16 promotions and new appointments since April following continued growth across its corporate, real estate, employment, finance and restructuring, contracts and technology, healthcare and dispute resolution departments.
Managing partner Patrick Brown said: “We have seen significant activity across a number of sectors this year. These appointments reflect our ongoing investment in the best legal talent to support our continued growth and to provide specialist advice to our clients as we move through the next phase of economic recovery.”
Sarah Sharkey (Finance & Restructuring), Paul Eastwood (Contracts & Technology), Nadine Brennan (Dispute Resolution), Ellen Forester (Dispute Resolution) and Amanda Byrnes (Real Estate) have been promoted to Director. Grainne Kirk (Dispute Resolution), Pauline Walker (Dispute Resolution), Aimee Craig (Corporate), Brendan Donnelly (Corporate), Cassie McCormick (Corporate), Gavin Robinson (Real Estate) and Jack Balmer (Employment) have been promoted to the role of Associate Director. In the Business Support Team, Caterina Gunn has been promoted to the role of Marketing Manager.
Recently qualified Tughans solicitors Aimee Crilly and Abbey Cairnduff have now taken up roles in the healthcare team and real estate departments. James Mulligan joins the real estate team as associate solicitor.
“This is a significant achievement for each individual, and we are delighted to support our talent in continuing to grow, develop and progress along their career path,” added Mr Brown. “On behalf of the partners, I would like to wish everyone the greatest success in their new role.”
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