Browne Jacobson announces 29 legal promotions in latest round
National law firm Browne Jacobson has announced its latest partner, legal director and senior associate promotions which took effect from 1 May 2021.
National law firm Browne Jacobson has announced its latest partner, legal director and senior associate promotions which took effect from 1 May 2021. They include:
- 8 promotions to partner
- 2 promotions to legal director
- 19 promotions to senior associate
The promotions run across all five of the firm’s offices with 10 in Birmingham, 1 in Exeter, 3 in London, 1 in Manchester and 14 in Nottingham.
The promotions will bring the total number of partners to 146, legal directors to 13 and senior associates to 112.
Caroline Green, Senior Partner at Browne Jacobson, commented:
“All of those promoted have made an outstanding contribution to the firm despite the disruption and challenges of the past year. They have each played and will continue to play an important role helping us drive our business forward as advisers to businesses and to the institutions which play a key role in society.
“These latest promotions demonstrate our continued commitment to deliver future success and opportunities for all of our people. We are hugely ambitious for the firm and for each other’s success and excited about what we can achieve together.
“We look forward to working with all those promoted to build their professional careers at Browne Jacobson.”
The promotions by office are:
- Lauren Webb (Commercial)
- Tim Edds (Public Law / Environment / Planning)
- Lydia Michaelson-Yeates (Education)
- Scott Mounfield (Construction)
- John Swani (Banking)
- Clare Hanna (Corporate)
- Rebecca Hawkins (Corporate Tax)
- Hannah Wallace (Clinical Negligence)
- Drina Panic (Clinical Negligence)
- Bradley Roberts (Property Litigation)
- Claire Cornish (Financial Professional Risk)
- Melanie Hilton (Banking)
- Helen O’Dwyer (Financial Professional Risk – Claims handling)
- Jude Cummings (Financial Professional Risk)
- Kelly Buckley (Clinical Negligence)
- Samantha Paxman (Barrister – Insurance and Public Risk)
- William Reynolds (Clinical Negligence)
- Alex Kynoch (Government & Infrastructure)