From left: Newly promoted Real Estate Associate Solicitor Joshua Simpson, Senior Partner Nick Clarke, Wills, Trusts and Tax Associate Solicitor Paul Caslin, Paul Hennity, Senior Associate in the Employment team, and Joseph Fletcher-Hunt, Real Estate Partner.

Leading law firm Aaron and Partners has announced a series of promotions across the firm after a year of continued growth.

The firm, which has offices in Manchester, Chester and Shrewsbury, has announced five promotions with a new Partner, a Senior Associate and three new Associates appointed.

Joseph Fletcher-Hunt has been made a partner in the Real Estate team having joined the firm in 2019. His work has seen him noted in the Legal 500 directory, a leading industry guide to the top professionals working in the UK’s legal market.

Paul Hennity, also a legal 500 listed lawyer, has been promoted to Senior Associate in the firm’s renowned Employment team. Paul is highly experienced in both contentious and non-contentious employment matters.

The Chester office also welcomes two new Associate Solicitors with Joshua Simpson promoted in the firm’s Real Estate department and Paul Caslin, taking on the role in the highly regarded Wills, Trusts and Tax team.

Zoe Lloyd’s development has also been recognised with promotion to Associate in the firm’s Corporate and Commercial team.

Nick Clarke, Senior Partner at Aaron & Partners, said: “I’m delighted that again this year we have been able to recognise the development of our people through these promotions. They have all demonstrated great commitment and excellence in their work for clients and their promotions are well deserved.

“We recognise that our people are the key to continued success and so we aim to create an environment where staff can develop and progress with us. It’s been a challenging year so it’s important that we celebrate achievement when we get the chance and there’s no better example of this than through promotions.

“I’d like to congratulate everyone who has been promoted, and I’m looking forward to seeing the next stages of their development”.”