14 March 2016

Burges Salmon has appointed new partners across key growth areas including real estate, environment, pensions and banking.

The  promotions, effective from 1 May 2016, take Burges Salmon to a total of 85 partners and reflect the firm’s work in a number of selected markets where its knowledge, experience and skills deliver highly effective solutions to its clients’ complex needs.

Sally Jupp becomes a partner in the firm’s Real Estate team. She joined the firm in 2003 as a trainee and qualified into the Real Estate department in 2005 where she currently works. Sally specialises in real estate finance and corporate restructuring and insolvency for investment and development lenders.

Susannah Young and Alice Honeywill become partners in the firm’s Pensions team. Susannah joined Burges Salmon as a trainee in 2003 and qualified into the Pensions team in 2005. She has substantial experience in all areas of pensions law, with a particular focus on providing trustees of both defined benefit and defined contribution schemes with clear and user-friendly advice. Alice joined Burges Salmon as a trainee in 2005 and qualified into the Pensions team in 2007. She advises on all aspects of pensions law and helps trustees and employers to run often large and complex pension schemes, covering ongoing compliance, projects and trustee training. She specialises in technical aspects of pensions law and pensions tax. 

The fifth new partner, Andrew Eaton, is an experienced financial services sector practitioner and joins the firm’s Banking practice in the Corporate Restructuring and Insolvency team, having previously been a partner at Travers Smith.


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Cheryl Parkhouse

Cheryl Parkhouse Senior Associate

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