Bevan Brittan LLP is pleased to announce the promotion of two new Partners, two new Senior Associates and nine new Associates.

Our new partners are Nathan Bradberry (Commercial & Infrastructure) and Laura Brealey (Procurement & Litigation).

Our new Senior Associates are Jess Evans and David Moore (both Commercial & Infrastructure).

Our new Associates are Zara Rattray and Charlotte Kendrick (both Commercial & Infrastructure); Simon Boyes (Property); Jodie Hemming, Hannah Dell, Lauren Halliday, Will Pickles and Emma Timmons (all Clinical Risk) and Jas Basra (Employment & Pensions).

Bevan Brittan's Managing Partner Duncan Weir said:

"All our promoted lawyers can be congratulated on their achievements in what has been another successful year for the firm - with overall revenues  continuing to grow.

“We were incredibly pleased with the high standard of applications from our promoted lawyers. Consistent among them was a passion for their areas of law - and the clients they serve with fresh and interesting ideas of how to grow their practice.”

Bevan Brittan Senior Partner Joanne Easterbrook said:

"Eight out of our 13 promotions (60 percent) are female lawyers – consistent with our business strategy to encourage  gender equality and diversity among our partnership and staff.

“Many of our successful candidates are also home-grown talent who began their legal career with us as trainees. To see them grow into confident, technically strong lawyers, who continuously receive positive client feedback means our firm has a very healthy future."


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