Trethowans Solicitors continues staff growth plans
South West-based law firm Trethowans has continued its growth plans by offering solicitor jobs to three members of staff who have completed their training contracts with the firm.
Gerard Tin, Zach Rooney and Kira McKane accepted full-time roles with Trethowans, after the firm reported a significant increase in revenue early in 2019. The firm now has a total of 246 partners and staff.
Gerrard Tin will join the banking team based in Trethowans’ Bournemouth office and Zach Rooney will join the commercial property team based in Trethowans’ Salisbury office.
Kira McKane is joining the employment team at Trethowans’ Southampton office.
The firm added that four new trainees have joined the award-winning law firm in recent weeks.
Trethowans’ Managing Partner Chris Whiteley said:
“The fact we’ve given all of our trainees permanent roles with the firm is proof that we’re positive about the future – having the right team in place will allow us to build upon the strong growth we’ve already achieved.”
Trethowans has seen revenue increase by 60 per cent since 2015, with its annual gross revenue currently standing at £17.6m.
The Trethowans’ workforce has also doubled over the same period, with its 246 partners and staff now working across Bournemouth, Poole, Southampton, Salisbury, Winchester and London.
Recently two family law experts from Trethowans also received a top industry accreditation for their mediation practice. Kimberley Davies is based in Poole and Bournemouth, and Juliet Mayhew in Salisbury and Winchester.
Trethowans says that mediation is something the firm strongly advocates as an approach to solving family disputes.
Kimberley Davies said:
“We feel really passionately about helping couples work through their separation in a non-confrontational way for the benefit of the whole family.
“There is no doubt that mediation can resolve conflict and foster a positive co-parenting relationship post separation in a way that adversarial court litigation will never achieve.”
Juliet Mayhew added:
“Mediation is less confrontational, less stressful, less expensive and less damaging in every respect.
“It offers couples an opportunity to move on from their relationship and to continue to work together constructively, to the immense benefit of their children.”
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