Thrive Law are delighted to announce a number of new hires and exciting changes as part of their strategic growth plan.
The recent fast paced growth at Thrive Law has resulted in a unique opportunity and we are delighted to have appointed Paul Porter as ‘head of people and partnerships’ to provide enhanced strategic advice to clients as well as maintain and develop the Thrive culture as they continue to grow.
Paul is an experienced HR and leadership professional with both established and start-up businesses. He has a proven track record in delivering significant projects and performance improvement through people, particularly within the SME Market.
On his appointment Paul said: “Being part of the Thrive Tribe is 100% aligned with my own values and purpose. I genuinely believe that every business will be successful if you are brave enough to create space for people to thrive”.
Another key addition to has been Annelie Carver (pictured), a corporate and commercial solicitor with over 20 years’ experience, who can support clients in all corporate and commercial matters added value for our clients, and making Thrive even more of a holistic supportive firm for businesses.
Annelie said: “I am really excited to be part of the Thrive legal team. I am an experienced consultant solicitor who provides corporate and commercial legal advice to a wide range of businesses. I am also a yoga teacher and run a wellness business. It is great to work with a law firm whose values align with my own values about health and wellbeing.”
Thrive are also proud to be part of the government Kickstarter scheme and pleased to introduce Hannah McAndrew as their new legal assistant. Hannah is already proving to be a great asset to the team and has gone to full time hours. Hannah said: “Jodie’s values align very much with my own, and the work she has done to promote wellbeing in the workplace is admirable. Having recently completed my master’s degree in law, I knew I wanted to be part of a firm that made a difference. It has quickly become apparent that I have found the right firm for me, allowing me to be myself and having the opportunity to ‘thrive’ in my legal career”.
Expanding the Thrive Tribe has resulted in an expansion of premises with the team relocating to King Street in the heart of Leeds. We are excited to , providing the best possible environment for the team to Thrive in!
With so many changes at Thrive Law, it was important to have a brand consistent with the work Thrive are doing and client’s we attract, so September, after many months of hard work behind the scenes, also saw the launch of the Thrive Law rebrand.
Founder and managing partner Jodie Hill said: “These are really exciting times to be part of Thrive Law as we continue to build a law firm different to any other, where people matter, and we are committed to effecting meaningful change in the legal sector and to clients through our diversity, inclusion and wellbeing focus. We have strong foundations now for further growth as we approach 2022 so watch this space”