Promotions announced across several departments

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We are proud to announce the promotion of five exceptional team members to the position of Associate. The promoted individuals strengthening our Commercial Litigation, Residential Property and Private Client departments are Jennifer Quick, Isaac Wilson, Samina Afsar, Tricia Moxey, and Rachel Giles.

These talented individuals have shown a commitment to delivering exceptional legal services to our clients. Their promotion reflects their hard work, professionalism, and contribution to the firm’s success.

In addition to these promotions, St Albans based partner Will Mercer has been appointed as the new Head of the Family Department. Will’s journey from a trainee in 2009 to partner in 2016 exemplifies the firm’s commitment to nurturing talent and providing clear career progression opportunities.

Dermot Carey, Managing Partner at Taylor Walton comments: “I am pleased to extend my congratulations to our five new Associates on their well-deserved promotions, as well as to Will for assuming the role of Head of the Family Department. It is truly gratifying to witness the success of our ‘home-grown’ team, a testament to the clear career progression and robust personal development opportunities that our expanding firm offers.”

In June we celebrated being named the Hertfordshire Law Society’s Law firm of the year 2024 at their annual awards dinner and was recognised by judges for being ‘exceptional’ and for our ‘excellent reputation’.

In alignment with our ongoing commitment to sustainability and in celebration of our talent development, the Firm will plant a further 50 trees this Summer.  The initiative has resulted in over 150 trees planted locally for the benefit of future generations. This symbolic gesture not only celebrates the success of our individuals but also reflects our ethos of ‘growing our own talent’. By nurturing both our team members and the environment, we strive to cultivate a thriving environment of growth and achievement within the Firm.

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