New ‘leaders’ at Stephens Scown

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New Leaders – Cornwall (l-r): Hilary Pitts, Sally Norcross-Webb, Jo Stone, Helen Furneaux, Sarah Atkinson and Keith Wright

Ten solicitors from south west law firm, Stephens Scown LLP, are celebrating after being selected as new ‘leaders in their field’ in the latest edition of Chambers, an independent guide to the legal profession.

New Leaders – Cornwall (l-r): Hilary Pitts, Sally Norcross-Webb, Jo Stone, Helen Furneaux, Sarah Atkinson and Keith Wright
New Leaders – Cornwall (l-r): Hilary Pitts, Sally Norcross-Webb, Jo Stone, Helen Furneaux, Sarah Atkinson and Keith Wright

The happy ten are Andrew Barton, Jo Stone and Sarah Atkinson (family law), Ben Travers (information technology), Catherine Mathews (litigation), Helen Furneaux (charities), Sally Norcross-Webb (mining and corporate), Susie Murray (agriculture and rural affairs), Hilary Pitts and Keith Wright (social housing). Six of the ten are based in Cornwall and they all join Stephens Scown’s 16 current ‘leaders’.

Stephens Scown’s managing partner, Robert Camp, said: “We are delighted to have so many of our lawyers recognised for their talent, dedication and excellent client service, especially as Chambers is largely based on interviews with clients. It clearly demonstrates that our clients appreciate the work that we do both individually and as a firm and why we are recognised as one of the legal ‘cream of the crop’ in Cornwall.”

Stephens Scown has over 40 partners and 230 staff across its offices in Truro, St Austell and Exeter.

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