Stephensons makes eight senior associate promotions

Stephensons makes eight senior associate promotions

Stephensons has promoted eight members of staff across five departments to become senior associates.

These include:

Chloe Parish in the firm’s regulatory team. Chloe specialises in education, health and social care regulation as well as professional discipline cases

Rebecca Billinge, a solicitor specialising in discrimination claims. Rebecca manages a varied case load of both civil and employment discrimination claims brought on behalf of claimants under the Equality Act 2010

Stephen Woodhouse in the Stephensons employment law team. Stephen advises clients on a wide range of employment law matters as well as ongoing HR support to many SME businesses across the country

Emma Roberts, a solicitor in Stephensons’ family law department. Emma has expertise and experience in advising on all aspects of family law including divorce and civil partnership dissolution as well as disputes involving children

Rachel Benett specialises in the law relating to children and is a member of the Law Society’s Children Law Accreditation scheme. Rachel’s particular expertise is in representing parents, children, and other family members in care proceedings

Sarah Masters in the firms’ personal injury department. Sarah is highly experienced in civil litigation cases and specialises in industrial disease claims.

Katie Plappert is a litigation executive in the personal injury team. Katie acts for clients in a wide variety of claims including road traffic accidents, accidents at work, and in public places.

Steven Jones is also a litigation executive. Steven is head of the credit hire team, within the personal injury department and joined Stephensons back in 2003.

Commenting on the promotions, Andrew Welch, managing partner at Stephensons said: “Senior Associateship recognises a significant and sustained contribution to the firm. We are pleased to celebrate the success of these eight talented team members and we wish them all the best with their continued thriving careers at Stephensons.”

Photo from left to right - first row, Emma Roberts, Chloe Parish, Stephen Woodhouse, second row, Katie Plappert, Steven Jones, Rachel Benett, third row, Rebecca Billings and Sarah Masters.