Paul Kelly, head of the litigation team, will be the firm’s new managing partner.
Meanwhile, Graham Bond, who has worked for the firm for 46 years, has handed over the reins as chairman to Richard King, who will become the public face of the firm.
Vernon Clarke, a member of the firm’s strategy committee, said: “Peter has been managing partner of Tozers for 20 years and we owe him many thanks for continuing to steer our Devon firm, which was established in 1785, on a course of stability and solvency despite the difficult economic circumstances that the country has faced in more recent years. We look forward to hearing of the continued success we are sure he will achieve in ballroom dancing competitions now that he can devote more time to his hobby.”
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