Brabners Announce New Appointments
The independent legal practice Brabners, has announced some new senior appointments to its teams across the organisation’s Manchester, Liverpool and Preston offices.
Their newest addition has been Liz Braude who has joined the firm’s Private Client team.
Liz has 20 year’s experience covering all aspects of the private client field, actin for high net-worth families across the North West. Her areas of specialism include: trust law and succession planning for family members with special needs such as learning or behavioural difficulties and physical disability.
The other new appointments announced by the firm over the past 6 months, are:
- Tom Smith, Litigation Partner
- Amy Harris, Divorce Law Specialist
- Krista Powell and Helena Davies, Real Estate Partners
- Andrea James, Healthcare Regulatory Partner
- Elspeth Chrisite, Construction Law Partner
Nik White, Managing Partner at Brabners, said:
“Our private client team has expanded rapidly, and boosting its presence in Manchester is a fundamental part of our plans for firm wide growth.
“We’re now more than half way through a three-year plan that has seen us deliver significant fee income growth year-on-year. I have no doubt that Liz’s experience will be integral to our private client team’s continued vital contribution as we build further momentum this year and into next.”
Steven Appleton, Partner and Head of Private Client in Manchester at Brabners, said:
“Liz is a fantastic addition to the team and her vast experience will be a crucial factor in our continued growth. She has an exemplary track record of delivering excellent client service, something that is vital in a legal area that often involves quite sensitive issues for the individuals and families we work with.”
“Brabners’ reputation in the North West speaks for itself. The firm is able to maintain long-term relationships with clients through excellent service and by developing a deep understanding of their needs. As someone who has worked closely with families in the region across multiple generations, the value that Brabners places in relationships is why I’m sure it is the right fit for me.”