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Nine partner promotions at Browne Jacobson

12 October 2020

National law firm Browne Jacobson has announced the promotion of nine lawyers to partner across its offices in Birmingham, London, Manchester and Nottingham, bringing the total number of partners at the firm to 155.

The newly promoted partners are:

Birmingham

Sian Brown - Health Advisory & Litigation

Bonita Trimmer - Intellectual Property

London

Charlotte Harpin - Public Law Health

Manchester

Ian Deakin - Employment

Ed Pollard - Health Advisory & Litigation

Nottingham

Emma Taylor - Insolvency & London Disputes

Ben Standing - Environment, Planning & Public Law

Chris Stark - Health Advisory & Litigation

Rachel Whitaker - Commercial Health

Caroline Green, Senior Partner at Browne Jacobson, said: “All of this year’s newly promoted partners have shown an outstanding commitment to clients, promoting the values of the firm and enhancing our reputation as a National Powerhouse in the legal sector. These richly deserved promotions also demonstrate the depth and breadth of our expertise and our strong ambition that the firm will continue to grow, despite these unprecedented times. I am particularly pleased this year to see that more than half of our new partners are women, demonstrating our successful focus and commitment to promoting gender diversity at a senior level across the firm.”

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