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Browne Jacobson expands personal injury team in Birmingham with new partner hire

16 January 2013

Specialist defendant personal injury law firm Browne Jacobson has announced that Ailsa Roberts has joined the firm as a partner.

Qualified as a solicitor in 1998 Ailsa has more than 18 years experience as a personal injury lawyer. Ailsa was Partner and Operations Manager for law firm DAC Beachcroft, during which she played a key role in the re-organisation of the firms high volume personal injury brand, DAC Beachcroft Claims Limited formerly B2 from Beachcroft.

Browne Jacobsons nationally recognised 70-strong personal injury team acts for leading insurers, commercial & public bodies and professional organisations and is one of the largest in the Midlands.

Partner Nick Parsons, Head of Insurance and Public Risk, said:

"I am delighted that Ailsa has joined us as we continue to invest in the growth of our personal injury practice. She is a top calibre lawyer and her impressive experience and credentials in this field complements our existing strengths and will be an invaluable asset to our public and private sector clients."

Ailsa Roberts added:

"I am looking forward to being part of a successful and innovative team at what is a hugely exciting time in the personal injury field.

"We are months away from one of the biggest shake-ups in civil litigation costs and funding with many of the reforms outlined by Lord Justice Jackson set to come into force in April 2013.

"Browne Jacobson has an enviable reputation in this field and I hope to use my experience to further enhance its offering and capability."


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Lakhbir Rakar

Lakhbir Rakar

PR Manager