Furley Page starts New Year with raft of senior promotions

Jeremy Licence

Managing Partner & Head of Real Estate

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January 12, 2021

Leading south east law firm Furley Page has announced the promotion of seven talented lawyers, building on the firm’s strong performance in 2020.

Solicitors Rebecca Crane, Anna Joiner and Ross Rowland have been promoted from Associate to Senior Associate, while Rosie Eastwood, Sarah Woolnough and Jamie Bourne have all been made Associates.

Rebecca Crane qualified as a solicitor in 2006 and joined Furley Page’s Commercial Real Estate team in 2019. She specialises in all aspects of commercial property work.

Anna Joiner joined Furley Page in 2004 and works for the Real Estate team, advising clients on complex property matters, while Ross Rowland has spent nearly two decades with the firm and advises on all aspects of personal injury and clinical negligence claims work.

Rosie Eastwood re-joined Furley Page in 2018 and advises on a range of Family Law issues including divorce, financial matrimonial matters, cohabitation disputes and child arrangement issues. Sarah Woolnough is a property dispute expert and deals with a wide range of property litigation work including landlord and tenant disputes.

Jamie Bourne acts for businesses as well as entrepreneurs, providing advice on a broad range of business issues including company acquisitions, disposals and restructuring.

Jeremy Licence, Managing Partner at Furley Page, said: “We have made these promotions with a great deal of pleasure.

“These latest promotions reflect each lawyers’ hard work and commitment to delivering the highest quality service to our clients across several areas of the law, particularly during this challenging year. Furley Page has a strong track record in developing its staff and I have every confidence that our next generation of senior lawyers stands ready to support the firm’s clients through whatever challenges 2021 may bring, and beyond.”