Cooney Lees Morgan makes five promotions

Firm says promotions result of “outstanding results, hard work, and commitment”

Cooney Lees Morgan makes five promotions

Cooney Lees Morgan has announced the promotion of five members of its team.

Victoria Brewer and Chad Wallace have been promoted to senior associate, Katie Kendrick was made senior solicitor, Margaret Cannon has been promoted to associate – registered legal executive, and Jody Renwick was confirmed as knowledge manager.

“Rewarding our staff for outstanding results, hard work, and commitment is a key focus at Cooney Lees Morgan and our partners are thrilled to announce promotions for five of our talented team members this year,” the firm said in a statement.

“This has been a particularly challenging year for everyone, and I appreciate the confidence the partners have shown in me to promote me at this time,” said Brewer. “I believed that I met the firm’s expectations for the role of senior associate. I have over 10 years’ experience as a litigator and during my four years at CLM I have demonstrated my legal skills and my commitment to working hard to achieve results for our clients.”

Meanwhile, Wallace, who joined Cooney Lees Morgan’s private client and trust team five years ago, said he was “looking forward to furthering his legal career” at the firm.

“Although it may sound like a cliché, it really is the people and the culture at Cooney Lees Morgan that makes it such a great place to work,” said Wallace. “The partners and staff are all down to earth and genuinely look out for one another. There is a real sense of community within the firm and we are also fortunate to have so many great clients.”

Related stories

Free newsletter

Subscribe to our FREE newsletter service and we’ll keep you up-to-date with the latest breaking news, cutting edge opinion, and expert analysis affecting both your business and the industry as whole.

Please enter your email address below and click on Sign Up for daily newsletters from NZ Lawyer.

Recent articles & video

Copeland Ashcroft expands partnership with key promotions

Buy-back marks next move in government’s firearms reform programme

Dentons Kensington Swan contributes to maritime pollution mapping initiative

Barristers in England and Wales at a “breaking point” – survey

Lane Neave partners snag spots in 2021 Chambers and Partners guide

Property practitioner promoted to partner at Wellington firm

Most Read Articles

Lane Neave partners snag spots in 2021 Chambers and Partners guide

Chapman Tripp Māori legal group head hopes flexibility in work can birth more female partners

Copeland Ashcroft expands partnership with key promotions

DLA Piper Wellington moves to new waterfront home