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Lucky 13 for Browne Jacobsons newly promoted associates

18 February 2014

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

The promotions follow on from a record set of financial results for 2012-13 during which the firms turnover rose to £45m, a 9 year-on-year increase.

The promotions will take effect from 1st May 2014 and include:

Birmingham

Tina Robinson (Corporate)

Ryan Harrison (Commercial)

Sophie Hutton (Property)

London

Giles Parsons (Commercial)

Elish Kennedy (Employment)

Nottingham

Laura Roberts (Commercial)

Claire Egerton (Construction & Property Risk)

Heather Mitchell (Employment)

Ben Bentley (Administrative Law)

Amelia Newbold (Health)

Amanda Wright-Kluger (Health)

Gabor Taller (Property

Suki Tonks (Property)

Commenting on the promotions Senior Partner Derek Bambury said:

"This is another strong round of promotions for the firm and each one is richly deserved. They have shown a real commitment to the growth of the firm and the fact that many joined the firm as trainees is evidence of our strong track record of attracting and developing some of the brightest young legal talent."

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