Bromleys boosts staff numbers with new solicitors and paralegal appointments
Bromleys Solicitors LLP has added to its staff with the appointment of four new solicitors and two paralegals across the Corporate and Commercial, Litigation and Family law teams.
The Tameside firm has recruited solicitors Hannah Kinder, Hannah Williams, Suzanne Thompson and Danielle Cobb – with Hannah Kinder and Hannah Williams joining the Care team and Suzanne Thompson appointed to Bromleys’ Corporate and Commercial team.
Solicitor Danielle Cobb and paralegal Tamara Adams have joined the firm’s Family law department – while Anthony Nurney has joined Bromleys’ Litigation team.
Hannah Cox has also been appointed as a trainee solicitor in the Care team, said the firm, after joining Bromleys as a paralegal earlier in 2019.
In a statement, Bromleys said that Hannah Kinder and Hannah Williams both specialised in representing parents and extended family members in care proceedings, as well as neglect, abuse and domestic violence cases throughout the UK and overseas.
Suzanne Thompson has worked in the UK and the United States and deals with shareholder agreements, contracts and franchise agreements, as well as trademark and copyright infringements, commercial contracts and corporate transactions.
Danielle Cobb and Tamara Adams will focus on all aspects of family matters, including separation, divorce, child contact issues and domestic abuse cases.
Anthony Nurney’s litigation work includes personal injury, employee and public liability and road accident claims – and he also assists the firm’s
Bankruptcy and Insolvency team, focusing on debt recovery cases.
Senior partner at Bromleys, Mark Hirst, said:
“Recruiting talented and experienced individuals across the board is crucial, as demand for our services continues to soar.
“With an ever-changing technological landscape, we need to be able to respond to all matters effectively and efficiently to exceed our clients’ expectations, so significant investment in recruitment and software is vital.
“Our reputation, various accreditations and awards – combined with our commitment to providing clearly defined career paths – enables us to attract real talent and we are delighted to have our latest new recruits on board.”
The six appointments take the number of staff at Bromleys to 58. The firm was formerly known as Bromley Hyde & Robinson and has been based in Ashton-under-Lyne for more than 160 years.
“We have an excellent reputation with our clients, peers and the wider business community – and pride ourselves on providing clear, concise legal advice,” said a statement.
“We have very strong links within the local community – and we not only act for, but strongly support, local charities.
“We also provide free legal advice at our twice-weekly clinics to members of the local community. We are proud to be associated with both Tameside and Manchester.”
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