• Brachers Managing Partner Joanna Worby is one of three members of the firm who triumphed at Kent Law Society’s COVID Heroes Awards on Friday.

    Head of Employment and HR, Catherine Daw, and Private Client Executive Sophie Wallace also picked up awards at the event.

    The COVID Heroes Awards were set up by Kent Law Society to recognise those in the legal profession across the county who have excelled in the last 12 months.

    Kent Law Society President, Alexandra Gordon, commented: “The Kent Law Society COVID Heroes Awards shone a light on the fantastic work of legal professionals throughout Kent. Every single one of our winners has made such an impressive contribution to their firms, local communities or provided outstanding support to others in the legal profession.”

    Joanna Worby said: “I am delighted to have won this award, and to also see Catherine and Sophie recognised for their contributions this last year. Well done to Kent Law Society for organising such a worthwhile event.”

    “Here at Brachers we are bound by a strong sense of responsibility and togetherness. Supporting our colleagues, our clients and our community is important, we are with them all the way through the good times and the bad. This ethos has really been embraced over the last year with so many worthwhile initiatives being introduced.”

    The virtual awards ceremony took place last Friday 7 May 2021, with the winners announced by Law Society President, I. Stephanie Boyce.

    This success is the latest in a series of awards recognition for Brachers this year, including a recent win for the firm’s Private Client team at the UK Probate Research Awards 2021, and recently reaching the shortlist of the prestigious Managing Partners’ Forum Awards 2021.

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