Bevan Brittan makes two new partners in promotions round

10/11/2017

Duncan Weir, Managing Partner

Duncan Weir

Managing Partner

Bevan Brittan has promoted two senior associates to partner in its mid-year promotions round, and also promoted a number of individuals to senior associate and associate status.

The two new partners are Dan Morris (Clinical Risk, London) and Mark Robertson (Property, Birmingham).

Dan Morris specialises in defending clinical negligence cases and has defended a wide variety of cases to trial and appeal, including complex surgical, neurosurgical, intensive care, obstetric and orthopaedic cases. He works closely with NHS Resolution and a number of NHS Trusts in London and the South East.

Mark Robertson specialises in property law, particularly property-related disputes, helping public and private sector clients reach commercial and cost-effective solutions to property-related issues. He advises on all aspects of commercial landlord and tenant law including dilapidations claims, business tenancy renewals, tenant default and service charge disputes.

In addition, Bevan Brittan has promoted one lawyer to senior associate – Julia Jones (Clinical Risk, Birmingham) and three lawyers to associate – Jessica Irvine (Procurement and Litigation, Bristol), Jordan Ropati (Construction & Infrastructure, London), and Charles Stent (Property, Leeds).

The promotions follow on from those made at the beginning of Bevan Brittan’s financial year in May that saw two new partners, two new senior associates and nine new associates.

Duncan Weir, managing partner at Bevan Brittan, said: “I am delighted that we have created two new partners in Dan and Mark, and promoted a number of others in addition. This is a testament to their hard work and professionalism. As we saw in the recently published Chambers and Legal 500 guides, where we had 11 and 8 top tier individuals respectively and many other lawyers recognised, we place a premium on the quality of our people who can deliver really relevant, focused and commercial advice.”

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