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new personal injury partner at Browne Jacobson

13 May 2011

Browne Jacobson has strengthened its personal injury team in Birmingham with the appointment of a new partner.

Juliette Shaw joins the firm from Worcester based Scaiff LLP where she worked for its personal injury trading arm - Shaw Elliot.

Juliette, who has more than a decade of experience working with some of the countrys leading insurers, began her career as a trainee at Wragge & Co, qualifying in 1995.

Juliette will be joining Browne Jacobsons 15-strong personal injury legal team which advises some of the countrys leading insurers, police forces and local authorities. It is also one of only a handful of panel law firms for the National Health Service Litigation Authority.

According to Chambers and Legal 500 Browne Jacobson has one of the leading personal injury teams in the region and has established a reputation for developing innovative solutions for its clients, such as the recently launched Virtua, an integrated end to end claims solution, in partnership with Endsleigh Insurance.

Bridget Tatham, head of the personal injury team in Birmingham, commented: "Juliettes arrival will undoubtedly strengthen our team. She brings a wealth of experience with her and will be a great fit with clients as we continue to grow our presence, both regionally and nationally."

Juliette Shaw added: "Browne Jacobson has an excellent reputation in the personal injury field and is one of the few firms in the region that has maintained strong growth in its insurance and public sector teams. I am delighted to be joining the team and believe it is the ideal place to leverage my expertise and experience."


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Lakhbir Rakar

Lakhbir Rakar

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