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Browne Jacobson appoints 13 new associates

14 February 2011

Browne Jacobson has announced the internal promotion of 13 associates across several practices in its Nottingham, Birmingham and London offices.

The promotions will take effect from 1 May 2011 and include:

  • Mick Suggett (Property, health and public authority team) 
  • Tim Johnson (Financial and professional risk) 
  • Helen Davis (Financial and professional risk) 
  • Nick McDonald (IP litigation) 
  • Richard Roberts (IP litigation) 
  • Oliver Sweeney (Regulatory) 
  • Richard Briggs (Health) 
  • Rachel Williams (Commercial) 
  • Beth Dowson (Corporate tax) 
  • James Arrowsmith (Personal injury) 
  • Matt Harpin (Personal injury) 
  • Pearl Mullen (Personal injury) 
  • Dominique Tai (Corporate) 

Commenting on the promotions Senior Partner William Colacicchi said:

“The promotion of so many talented lawyers is recognition of the important role that these individuals have played in our on-going success. Many of those promoted this year joined the firm as trainees, demonstrating our strong commitment to investment in our people."

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