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Browne Jacobson announces record senior associate promotions

11 March 2020

Browne Jacobson has announced a record 22 promotions to senior associate.

The promotions cut across all five of the firm’s offices with 12 in Nottingham, 5 in Manchester, 2 each in Birmingham and London and 1 in Exeter.

The promotions will take effect from 1st May 2020 and will bring the total number of senior associates at the firm to 124.

Richard Medd, Managing Partner-Elect at Browne Jacobson, said:

“All 22 of these promotions are fully deserved and underlie the wealth of talent we have across all our key specialisms and in every office. They all have outstanding attributes and credentials and we look forward to seeing them further develop their careers with us.”

The new senior associates by office are:

Birmingham:

Chereta Edmeade (Banking)
Joel Nixon (Commercial Health)

Exeter:
Becky Wyld (Clinical Negligence)

London:
David Henderson (Commercial)
Zoe Bowden (Financial & Professional Risk)

Manchester:
Victoria Colclough (Inquest & Advisory)
Camille Caulfield (Real Estate)
Ryan Brown (Corporate)
Rebecca Hainsworth (Commercial Health)
Emma Marshall (Commercial Dispute Resolution)

Nottingham:
Jennifer Fagin and Sarah Stork (Clinical Negligence)
Ian Perkins (Advocacy)
Laura Broadhead (Social Care)
Jonathan Allen (Government, Regulatory & Advisory)
Ayesha Khalique (Development & Housing)
Victoria Hustler, Sam Sharp, Sandra Wong and Rachael McDonald (Corporate)
Louise Bennett and Angelica Hymers (Government & Infrastructure)

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