Birmingham law firm Wragge & Co has announced the promotion of ten new directors.
The appointments follow a year of record-breaking financial results, nine new partners, high profile work and client wins.
According to senior partner Quentin Poole, the promotions are a sign of a firm getting its strategy right.
The new directors are Adam Kendall (commercial litigation), Alexandra Brodie (IP), Andrew Litchfield (safety, health and environment litigation), Kirin Kalsi (outsourcing, trade and technology), Nick Smith (commercial development) Paul Green (construction) Paul Knight (property litigation), Sharon Ayres (corporate) Steven Butts (corporate responsibility) and Vicki Conway (insolvency).
Mr Poole said: "We've had a truly outstanding 18 months, achieving record figures and sustained growth.
"I'm very pleased to announce the promotion of the new directors, representing some of the firm's strongest disciplines.
"Each new director has impressed clients and colleagues alike with their dedication to the very highest levels of technical expertise and client service."
The new appointments take the total number of directors to 21.
This year, Wragge & Co achieved turnover of £101.3 million, breaking through £100 million for the first time.
Wragge & Co's all equity partnership comprises 111 people.
These include new partners, Dominic Roberts, Duncan Murphy, Ian Piggin, Jane Fielding, Kirsty Jefferies, Mark Greenburgh, Mike O'Shea, Sally Mewies and Stephen Sellers.