New equity partner appointed at Palmers Solicitors

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A new equity partner has been appointed at Palmers Solicitors, having worked his way up from trainee to partner.

Luke Morgan, who is currently a salaried partner of the firm, will become an equity partner with effect from 1 August 2018.

Luke joined us in September 2011 as a trainee solicitor, before qualifying as a solicitor in September 2013. Luke was made a salaried partner in August 2016.

In his current role, Luke leads our Commercial Litigation and Dispute Resolution, Company Commercial and Employment departments, a role he will continue as an equity partner.

Luke has a wealth of experience in a wide range of contentious disputes and provides legal advice in areas including shareholder disputes, director disputes, partnership disputes, and professional negligence claims.

Luke said: “I am proud to become an equity partner at Palmers Solicitors and I look forward to continuing to work with our clients to help their businesses thrive.

“I am now looking forward to the future as we continue to develop the services we offer our commercial clients.”

Carey Jacobs, a partner at Palmers Solicitors, said: “It has been wonderful to see Luke progress in his career from joining the firm as a trainee solicitor to becoming an equity partner, which underlines both his personal ability and the ethos of our firm.

“I know that our clients very much value his advice and can depend on this same level of service for years to come.”


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