Kerry Glanville elected Senior Partner
Pemberton Greenish LLP is pleased to announce that Kerry Glanville has been elected as the firm’s senior partner with effect from 1st April 2017.
Kerry joined the firm in 1998 as a partner specialising in property disputes. For many years she has headed the firm’s disputes resolution team as well as served on the firm’s managing board. She is also an Executive Member of the Property Litigation Association, serving as Honorary Treasurer and Chair of the Law Reform Committee. Kerry will continue to act for clients as a partner in the firm’s real estate dispute resolution team alongside her new appointment as senior partner.
Kerry succeeds Robert Barham at the end of his 5 year term. Robert will return fully to client work as head of the residential conveyancing team.
Kerry Glanville said:
“I am honoured and excited to be elected as Senior Partner of Pemberton Greenish, a firm I have been part of for almost 20 years. I look forward to overseeing the continued evolution of the firm as we seek to deliver the best possible service and quality for all of our clients. On behalf of all my partners, I would like to thank Robert for his commitment to building and transforming the firm over the last 6 years.”
Commenting on the announcement of his successor, Robert Barham, Senior Partner said:
“I have very much enjoyed leading the firm over the last 5 years and seen it grow and develop into the business it is today. Kerry has shown tremendous commitment to our clients and the firm over many years and has the right skills and qualities to take the firm forward.”