Clapham & Collinge announce key management promotion and welcomes new starters

Clapham & Collinge announce key management promotion and welcomes new starters

In support of our continual expansion throughout Norfolk and with the focus on the development of our commercial department, we are delighted to announce the formal appointment of Mark Kermez to Managing Partner at Clapham & Collinge.

Hugh Berridge, Senior Partner said ''The Partners are delighted that Mark has taken over the role as Managing Partner from Tammy Parnell, who will now be concentrating on her specialist area of contentious probate and litigation arising from contested wills, elderly financial abuse, power of attorney disputes and Inheritance Act claims. Tammy steps down with huge thanks from the Partners for her incredible work in establishing Clapham & Collinge as one of the leading firms of solicitors in Norfolk. We are sure the future of Clapham & Collinge is in good hands with Mark driving forward the continual development of the firm. As part of this, we are very proud of the training and professional development of our staff and another example of this is the addition of our new paralegals and trainee solicitors, who are a key part of the firm's future.''

As we continue to expand our workforce and build for the future, we take this opportunity to introduce three new paralegals to the firm. This week we welcome Jess Bailey, Holly Postle and Emma Newstead to the Clapham & Collinge team. Jess and Emma will start work within our commercial team in Norwich, with Holly supporting the team in North Walsham.

Congratulations also go to Emerald Priscott, Natalie Smith and Will Bond who have all successfully completed their Legal Practice Course and officially started their training contracts this week.


Emerald, Natalie and Will are faces that many will already be familiar with as they've work for the firm as paralegals over the last twelve months, working within the Commercial team and supporting the firm's busy schedule of events and legal seminars. Emerald starts her first seat in the family department, Will joins the litigation team and Natalie joins the employment team.