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Three top staff are promoted at county lawyers
THERE has been a triple promotion at Worcestershire law firm Harrison Clark.
Three former senior associates at the firm’s Worcester office have all been promoted to partners.
Arpinder Dhillon works in the corporate department and has more than 10 years’ experience on corporate transactional work and wide experience of general corporate matters. Ms Dhillon, who lives in Worcester, deals with acquisitions, disposals, corporate restructuring and management buyouts, acting for both management and vendors and has been with Harrison Clark since 1999.
Michael Stokes qualified as a solicitor in 1992, joining Harrison Clark in 2011. He moved from London in 2000 and now lives in Malvern. Mr Stokes has worked for clients on both sides of the employment law divide on a range of employment issues. He has also worked for trade unions and their members for many years which also gives him a unique insight into the way mass tribunal claims are run, and how to deal with them.
Inez Brown joined Harrison Clark in 2011 following 11 years working at Anthony Collins Solicitors in Birmingham, where she trained and qualified in personal injury. Mrs Brown, who lives in Birmingham, specialises in clinical negligence and education law and is a member of the Education Law Association and the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers. She is also vice-chair of the Pro Bono Group of Birmingham Law Society, a governor of Harper Bell School and director of Handsworth Credit Union.
Mrs Brown provides training and support on clinical negligence and education law to the Child Brain Injury Trust, the National Autistic Society, Adoption UK and Mencap.
Senior partner at Harrison Clark, Jonathan Brew, said: “Fostering home-grown talent as well as recruiting professionals from outside of the firm ensures Harrison Clark continues to offer the highest standard of expertise in all fields.”