Lester Aldridge, a leading law firm with offices in Bournemouth, Southampton, and London, is delighted to announce the promotion of 15 of its talented professionals, effective from 1 May.

These promotions reflect the firm’s commitment to nurturing talent and recognising exceptional performance across the firm.

Six people have been promoted to the position of Associate:

Rebecca Bright – International Private Client
Gerard Chalkly-Maber – Corporate & Commercial
Neeti Chauhan – Residential Property
Amy Lewis – Real Estate
Alice Straight – Healthcare
Sarah Harris – Real Estate

These individuals have demonstrated outstanding legal acumen, dedication, and a commitment to delivering exceptional service to our clients.

Additionally, nine Associates have been promoted to the role of Senior Associate:

Eloise Butterworth – Compliance
Nicola Highland – Real Estate Finance
Paul Markides – Real Estate
Luke Marshall – International Private Client
Natasha Mallett – Residential Property
Rebecca Stubbs – Property Litigation
Danielle Slater – Corporate & Commercial
Wendy Tsang – Real Estate
Karen Watts – Personal Injury

Their promotion to Senior Associate recognises their significant contributions to the firm, their leadership qualities, and their ability to provide strategic guidance and support to both colleagues and clients.

Commenting on the promotions, Matthew Barrow, Managing Partner at Lester Aldridge, said: “We are immensely proud to announce these well-deserved promotions. Each of these individuals has shown exceptional skill, dedication, and a commitment to delivering the highest standards of legal service. As they take on their new roles, I have every confidence that they will continue to excel and contribute significantly to the success and growth of our firm.”

In addition to these 15 promotions, the firm recently announced two partner promotions, Sian Rogers and Nicole Ridgwell. These promotions further reinforce Lester Aldridge’s position as a leading law firm dedicated to fostering talent and providing opportunities for professional growth and development.

Photo (l-r) Gerard Chalkly-Maber; Rebecca Stubbs; Nicola Highland; Alice Straight; Neeti Chauhan; Paul Markides; Danielle Slater; Natasha Mallett; Eloise Butterworth; Rebecca Bright; Wendy Tsang; Sarah Harris; Luke Marshall; Karen Watts; Amy Lewis