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Browne Jacobson announces seven new partner promotions for 2015

14 April 2015

Browne Jacobson has announced the promotion of seven lawyers to its partnership bringing the total number of partners at the firm to 104. The promotions take effect from 1 May 2015.

The new partners are:

Birmingham

  • Richard Freeth (Education)
  • Emma Hopkinson (Banking)
  • Mike Jackson (Corporate)
  • Lisa McGinn (Property)
  • Tim Rayner (Property Litigation)

Nottingham

  • Michael Sadler (Construction and Engineering)
  • Lucy Worwood (Tax)

Derek Bambury, Senior Partner at Browne Jacobson, commented:

"All seven promotions are richly deserved. They are all first rate lawyers who have made a demonstrable difference to the firms success through their dedication, hard work and commitment to exceptional client service.

"These promotions herald another milestone for the firm as we are celebrating exceeding a headcount of 100 partners for the first time.

"We will continue to build on the partnership by focusing on attracting and retaining first class lawyers, providing exceptional client service and responding to the needs of our clients."

Browne Jacobson recently became the first UK law firm to achieve a three star exceptional rating for its client service from Investors in Customers.

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