Solicitors Thomas Mansfield have created three new partners in its employment and family law business sectors.
Jenna Ide, who joined the Tunbridge Wells firm in 2012, advises on work-related matters involving various disabilities, and has a particular expertise in neurodiverse conditions, such as ADHD, autism, dyslexia and dyspraxia.
Ms Ide is also an expert on legal issues connected with mental health issues, such as depression and anxiety.
Julie Goodway, who has been at Thomas Mansfield since 2014, is known for advising and negotiating for both employees and employers, has a good success rate in employment tribunals.
Based in the firm’s London office, family law practitioner Louise Minifie has become head of family law at the firm.
Much of her work includes an international element, such as families with overseas assets or whose children travel across borders.
She joined the firm in 2019.
Neill Thomas, managing partner at Thomas Mansfield said: “It is extremely satisfying to be able to recognise and reward the contribution and dedication of our people.
“Jenna, Julie and Louise have been integral to the firm’s success and these promotions are a direct result of their hard work, commitment and achievements.”