InsightsNews - Brachers - POSTED: May 5 2020
Brachers commits to nurturing female talent with seven promotions
Brachers has marked its 125th anniversary year by recognising the dedication and achievement of its staff with several promotions across the firm.
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The firm, which has offices across the South East, in Maidstone, Canterbury and London, has made seven promotions in total, including one new partner. Demonstrating Brachers ongoing commitment to nurturing and promoting female talent, all seven of those promoted are female.
Mary Rimmer who heads the Vulnerable People Team was made Partner. Mary has been instrumental in the firm being nominated for several awards through her tireless work with dementia suffers in the region. As part of this, she has trained more than 75% of Brachers staff to be ‘dementia friends’ – a scheme which is endorsed by the Alzheimer’s Society.
Five members of staff have been promoted to senior associate, including: Rhia Davies in Family, Louise Brenlund in Employment, Nicky Alabaster in Debt Recovery, Kim Harrington in the Trust team, and Lacie Kerner in Commercial Litigation. Fran Cutler was promoted to Associate in Healthcare.
Joanna Worby, Managing Partner, said: “It’s more important than ever to recognise the professionalism and ability of our talented staff and give them the promotions they deserve. We know that it is the high quality of the service we provide to our clients that makes us really stand out as a firm, and all seven of those promoted have demonstrated that in abundance.”
“I would like to congratulate all those promoted and thank them for their outstanding contribution to the business. All the partners at Brachers look forward to celebrating with staff in person at the end of the lockdown.”
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