0370 270 6000

Browne Jacobson announces 12 promotions to new senior associate role

25 March 2019

Browne Jacobson has announced the promotion of 12 lawyers to its new senior associate role.

The promotions cut across four of the firm’s offices with six promotions in Nottingham, three in London, two in Birmingham and one in the firm’s Exeter office.

The new senior associates by office are:

Nottingham: Georgina Euden (Property), George Petrou (Commercial Disputes Resolution), Caroline Jones (Employment), James Busby (Banking), Helen Gibbons (Insurance - litigation) and Dmitrije Sirovica (Public Law)

Birmingham: Simon Brooks (Property) and Kirk Glenn (corporate)

London: Will Barrington (Construction), Serene Allen (Commercial Dispute Resolution) and Willem Basson (Commercial Dispute Resolution)

Exeter: Jennifer Grigg (Government & Infrastructure)

The promotions will take effect from 1st May 2019 and will bring the total number of senior associates at the firm to 99.

Senior Partner Derek Bambury said:

"We recently created a new senior associate role to recognise the achievements of those lawyers who are operating at a consistently high level and establish a clearer pathway to help our people to progress in their careers.

This year’s promotions demonstrate the strength and depth of our offering to clients, both regionally and in key specialist areas and we look forward to supporting them in further developing their careers.


Focus on...

Press releases

Browne Jacobson’s real estate team kicks off 2022 with completion of high-profile acquisition for Mansfield District Council

Browne Jacobson’s real estate team has advised Mansfield District Council on its purchase of the Beales department store, situated in Mansfield town centre for an undisclosed sum.

View

Legal updates

Exclusion grounds under the new procurement regime

A range of questions were subject to consultation on the grounds for excluding bidders from a procurement process. We consider some of the key proposals which will be taken forward in the new regime.

View

Published articles

Construction needs to do more to reduce carbon emissions

More needs to be made of these procurement routes, with clients honouring the original concept rather than watering down concepts.

View

Legal updates

New year, new Brexit transport rules

From 1st January, new import rules come into effect, with potential for significant delay, disruption and cost for importers and exporters.

View