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Law firm Appleby has announced five partner promotions at its Bermuda office and another four in offices in the Cayman Islands and the Isle of Man.

All of the promotions in Bermuda are in the firm's corporate team.

Those being promoted are Matthew Ebbs-Brewer, Gary Harris, Sally Penrose, Jerome Wilson and Gavin Woods.

In Cayman, Samuel Banks has been promoted to partner in the corporate practice and Paul Kennedy was appointed counsel in the dispute resolution team.

In the Isle of Man, Claire Collister was appointed as counsel in the dispute resolution team.

Michael O'Connell, Appleby Group managing partner, said: “These appointments reflect our ambitious growth plans. All of these promotions are thoroughly deserved.

“This is a group of extremely talented lawyers who have been strong advocates of the firm's commitment to providing and maintaining a first-class level of service to our clients.”

Partner promotion: Gary Harris
Partner promotion: Sally Penrose
Partner promotion: Jerome Wilson
Partner promotion: Matthew Ebbs-Brewer
Partner promotion: Gavin Woods

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Published March 27, 2018 at 2:02 pm (Updated March 27, 2018 at 2:02 pm)

Appleby makes Bermuda partner promotions

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