Leading Salisbury-based law firm Trethowans has announced a promotion and welcomed a new joiner in its commercial property team.
Mary Mowbray, who started at the firm as a trainee solicitor in 2012, has been made a senior associate in the commercial property team.
She helps look after some of the firm’s largest clients and works with pension funds, landlords and other businesses and individuals with commercial property needs.
Mary is also responsible for supporting junior members of the team with their career development.
She said: “After starting out as a trainee at Trethowans, 11 years ago, I’m delighted to have been made senior associate and have learnt so much in that time.
“All staff and management are friendly and approachable, everyone is made to feel valued and the firm offers excellent opportunities for career progression. Part of my role involves supporting junior team members with training and I love watching them progress.”
She is joined in the commercial property team by Jamilly Sueth, who has been appointed as a legal executive.
Originally from Brazil, Jamilly began studying law and working as a legal assistant in a government department for legal aid there in 2018.
In 2019 she entered an exchange program in the UK before moving here permanently. She is currently studying for her degree in Law at the University of Essex.
Jamilly said: “I’m so excited to join the team at Trethowans and continue my journey to train as a solicitor as I enter the second year of my degree.
“I can see the firm is constantly encouraging its members to progress and offering various opportunities to grow. I feel I have a lot to look forward to in 2023.”
Trethowans was recently named one of The Times Best Law Firms for 2023 – the newspaper’s annual list of the top 200 legal practices in England and Wales.
The firm was also recognised in the Legal 500 for 2023, achieving top tier status for its services in Corporate and Commercial, Licensing, Personal Injury & Clinical Negligence (claimant) and Personal Tax, Trusts & Probate.