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Firm makes new Associate Solicitor appointments
Barcan+Kirby is delighted to announce a number of senior internal appointments to Associate status.
Myfanwy Buckeridge and Adrian Stone have been promoted from Senior Solicitor to Associate Solicitor, with both now taking a more active role within the firm’s management team. Their revised job titles of Associate & Manager (Personal & Medical Injuries Department) reflect their additional responsibilities.
Katie Donne, previously Solicitor, has been promoted to Associate Solicitor within the clinical negligence team, whilst Caughlin Crosby, of the residential conveyancing team, has been made Associate Chartered Legal Executive.
Within the family law team, we are pleased to announce that Tom Powles, Alison Whiles and Clare Cox have been made Associate Solicitors.
The family team has also been divided into two specialist departments.
Alison Whiles and Mark Sage, Associate Chartered Legal Executive, will jointly head up a new specialist private client team, advising on all aspects of divorce, separation and collaborative law, in conjunction with Chris Miller, Partner.
Tom Powles has been appointed head of our new specialist childcare and domestic violence team. He’ll be supported by a senior team that includes Associate Solicitors Kim Joseph and Clare Cox, and Julie Splaine, Legal Executive. This department will specialise in representation of victims of domestic abuse, and children, parents or other relatives of children in childcare proceedings.
If you have any questions about these internal appointments, please contact Sue Deens, HR Manager, on 0117 325 2929.