Reading law firm celebrates home grown talent by promoting four to partner

Boyes Turner TURRALL-Rowan

Reading law firm Boyes Turner has announced bumper promotions in its employment, corporate and dispute resolution teams.

Stephen Baker, Chris Dobson and Andy Whiteaker have all been made up to partner. Rowan Turrall has also been appointed partner.

Boyes Turner BAKER StephenStephen, previously a director, has acted for a variety of UK and international companies as well as individuals. He is a CEDR qualified mediator and his work ranges form technology sector disputes to product liability claims and from intellectual property to reputational management.

Chris, previously a senior associate in Boyes Turner’s corporate team, joined the firm in 2012 and advises clients on a broad range of corporate transactional and general company law matters.

Previously a director, Andrew is an experienced employment lawyer who joined Boyes Turner in 2008.

Boyes Turner DOBSON-ChrisRowan, currently a senior associate solicitor, takes up her new role as partner and head of the dispute resolution team at the end of September, on her return from maternity leave. She works closely with the firm’s commercial and technology team dealing with technology-related disputes and is the head of the firm’s construction service.

Boyes Turner WHITEAKER AndrewJonathan Grigg, who became Boyes Turner managing partner in April, said, “I’d like to offer huge congratulations to all four of our newly-appointed partners.   The promotions are very well deserved; it is particularly pleasing to see home-grown talent flourishing at the firm.  It is a mark of our collective confidence in our future that we now welcome them into the partnership.”