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New Starters and New office

Brown Turner Ross celebrates bumper growth with ten new appointments and new office move

Merseyside-based law firm Brown Turner Ross has bucked the trend of economic uncertainty and appointed ten new members of staff to its ever-growing team, bringing the total headcount from 26 to 36. 

Brown Turner Ross has also signed a new lease at 100 Old Hall Street, relocating the firm to the heart of Liverpool’s commercial district. 

Rebecca Chase joins the Private Client department as paralegal, Rebecca previously worked at Lansdale & Holdsworth Solicitors and is currently working towards gaining her Postgraduate Diploma in Legal Practice. Jonathan Foster joins from Fletchers Solicitors as a fee earner in the Housing Disrepair team and the property department welcomes Sinead Touhey as a conveyancer, who joins from DC Law.

Joanne Reed joins the firm as head of accounts and will act as financial compliance officer (COFA). Previously Joanne was senior cashier at DC Law and has just finished studying the ILFM Diploma in Legal and Financial Management.

Claire Robertson has been appointed as conveyancing assistant after spending 20 years with Whitfields Formby Law as legal secretary assistance to a director. The Family department welcomes George Paterson as paralegal.

The secretarial team has also been boosted with the appointments of Tracy Allen-Jones, who will be secretary to director, Christopher Mason, and Nadine Ellis who will be secretary to directors, Thomas Rimmington and Matthew Skeels and Julie Foley in the housing disrepair team.

Sarah Cannell, previously accounts assistant at Fletchers Solicitors Southport, will also join the firm as cashier.

Speaking about the recent growth, Sam Bushell, managing director at Brown Turner Ross, said:

“The raft of new appointments are very welcome during a period of high growth for Brown Turner Ross. They will enable us to meet the needs of our ever growing client list and continue to expand and develop in areas where the firm is in high demand.

“We are also very excited with our Liverpool City Centre relocation, 100 Old Hall Street is in the heart of the commercial district, a location that will allow us the perfect opportunity to better serve the needs of our growing list of clients.”

The new recruits see the firm continuing its growth drive in 2020, having already appointed two new directors, Thomas Rimmington and Matt Skeels, in its private client department and added a new practice manager, Tracy Jones, who joined from international solicitors Trowers & Hamlins Solicitors.

Brown Turner Ross

Brown Turner Ross is a law firm based in Liverpool City Region, with offices in Liverpool and Southport. 

The firm has been practicing law for over 130 years, both locally and nationally, and was re-launched in 2008 after a merger between Liverpool firm, Malcolm J Ross and Southport firm, Brown Turner. 

Brown Turner Ross is a boutique law firm with a difference. Our welcoming team of tenacious and committed specialist lawyers can be relied on to fight your corner.

The personal touch is important to us, clients at Brown Turner Ross get the benefit of dealing directly with legal professionals on a one-to-one basis, giving us a greater understanding of your needs.

The firm specialises in the following areas for both individuals and businesses:

  • Family Law
  • Property and Conveyancing (Commercial and Residential)
  • Employment Law
  • Copy law and associated commercial transactions 
  • Civil Litigation 
  • Wills, Trusts and Probates
  • Housing Disrepair
  • Commercial Litigation 
  • General Litigation 
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