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OP law firm set for growth

11 Mar 2021
Written by Rachel Dare
Careers News
OP Jodie Hill (00-06)
OP Jodie Hill (00-06)

Thrive Law, the Leeds-based employment law specialist owned by solicitor and mental health campaigner Jodie Hill (00-06) continues to live up to its name making its first Partner appointment and taking on an additional solicitor to further expand the team as part of its ambitious growth plans.

Founded by Jodie in 2018, Thrive has continued to grow over the last 12 months as companies and employees face ongoing changes in employment law combined with uncertainties arising from the pandemic and Brexit. The appointment of solicitor, Tom Stennar-Evans as a Partner strengthens Thrive’s national presence and is pivotal to its strategic growth plans. Tom is joined by another new appointment in Crystal Boyde as a solicitor to further support the firm’s expansion.

Jodie commented: “I am delighted to welcome Tom and Crystal to the team, they both share a real passion for diversity and inclusion and are really aligned with our values, which is so important for anyone joining Thrive. Their wealth of knowledge and experience will be an asset to the leadership and senior team as we continue to grow.”

The award-winning firm was also shortlisted in the Small Business Category at the recent Northern Power Women Awards and Jodie continues to be an active and passionate advocate of mental health in the workplace.

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