• Brachers Managing Partner Joanna Worby is one of three members of the firm shortlisted for Kent Law Society’s COVID Heroes Awards 2021.

    Also recognised is Head of Employment and HR, Catherine Daw, and Private Client Executive Sophie Wallace. This is the second awards success for Sophie this month, who has also been shortlisted in the Young Wills and Probate Professional category at the UK Probate Research Awards 2021.

    Kent Law Society’s COVID Heroes Awards aim to recognise those in the legal profession who have excelled in the last 12 months.

    Deputy Vice President, Louise Duckett, commented: “These awards give an opportunity for us to recognise lawyers who have gone above and beyond in such difficult and strange times. It gives us a chance to celebrate and be proud of the fantastic lawyers that are all around us in Kent.”

    Joanna Worby said: “I am delighted to have such strong representation from Brachers in this important awards scheme. I would like to thank Kent Law Society for shining a light on the hard work of the legal profession who have supported many clients through particularly difficult times over the past year.”

    The virtual award ceremony will take place on 7 May 2021, with the winners announced by Law Society President I. Stephanie Boyce.

    These latest shortlistings come in the wake of a series of high-profile awards recognition for Brachers this year. Other successes include being shortlisted in two categories at the UK Probate Research Awards 2021, four categories in the South East Dealmakers Awards 2021, and being shortlisted at the prestigious Managing Partners’ Forum Awards 2021.

    Can we help?

    Take a look at our Brachers page for useful information, resources, guidance, details of our team and how we may be able to help you