Pannone Senior Partner resigns to join rival firm

Pannone senior partner Joy Kingsley has decided to leave the Manchester firm after 32 years to join local rival JMW Solicitors. Kingsley is set to leave Pannone in June and will become senior partner at JMW in September. She was Managing Partner at the top 100 firm from 1995 to 2008, and then became the firm’s first senior partner. Pannone will hold elections for the role of senior partner in the coming months. Kingsley said: “I’ve greatly enjoyed my time at Pannone and have been proud to be part of its success. I decided to move elsewhere as I felt it was time for something different. I’m looking forward to joining the management team at JMW and being part of the development of a smaller but very ambitious law firm in its ascendancy.”

Pannone Senior Partner resigns to join rival firm Wed, May 26, 2010