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Browne Jacobson expands property litigation team with duo hire

1 October 2012

Pamela ShepherdBrowne Jacobson has strengthened its property litigation team in Birmingham with the appointment of a new partner and solicitor.

Pamela Shepherd, regarded as one of the regions leading real estate litigation lawyers, has joined the firm from Harvey Ingram Shakespeares in Birmingham where she was Partner and Head of Property Litigation.

Independently rated by legal directory Chambers, Pamelas twenty year career spans commercial real estate disputes for a wide range of property clients.

Prior to joining Harvey Ingram Pamela was head of property litigation for DLA Piper Birmingham office for nearly 12 years. She has also held positions at Edge & Ellison (now Squire Sanders) and Eversheds.

Pamelas appointment will be accompanied by the arrival this month of property litigation solicitor Harriet Critchely who also joins from the property litigation team at Harvey Ingram Shakespeares.

Harriet is experienced in managing all types of property-related problems for a broad portfolio of commercial, retail, rural and residential property clients. Her experience covers the full range of property litigation, including dilapidations claims, possession proceedings, redevelopment disputes and professional negligence claims. She has also managed large property portfolios including The Crown Estate and the Falcon Property Trust which include high end retail units, offices, residential property and industrial warehouses.

With its 12 strong legal team across three of its offices Pamela and Harriet join one of the regions largest dedicated real estate litigation teams. Clients include, amongst others, the Homes and Communities Agency and one of the countrys leading hardware stores.

Mark Aldrich, Head of Property Litigation at Browne Jacobson, said:

"Pamela and Harriets arrival is a major coup for the firm and speaks volumes for our ability to attract candidates of the highest calibre.

"Pamela is an experiencedpartner with a highly impressive track record. Her expertise will be a major asset for our clients and we are delighted she has agreed to join us.

"The property litigation team has been very busy and Harriets arrival will further strengthen the team in Birmingham and enable us to continue delivering a first class real estate dispute resolution service."

Pamela Shepherd added:

"It is a really exciting time to be joining the firm. Its growth in the past few years has been impressive and Im looking forward to working with a forward thinking and commercially focused firm."


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