Brown Turner Ross unveils trio of new faces

With offices in Liverpool and Southport, law firm Brown Turner Ross has announced three new hires, taking its headcount to 33. Tony McDonough reports

Micaela Dempsey
Micaela Dempsey, a residential conveyancing assistant at Brown Turner Ross

 

Liverpool city region law firm Brown Turner Ross (BTR) has unveiled three new appointments.

It has hired experienced head of civil and commercial litigation Micaela Dempsey, residential conveyancing assistant, Rebecca Rowe and legal secretary, Jayne Rawlins.

Joining Hill Dickinson in 2004, Micaela has risen through the legal ranks over the last two decades, starting as a legal secretary and excelling to become a defendant PI assistant solicitor.

Previously at DC Law, Curtis Law Solicitors and most recently, Farleys Solicitors, Rebecca has a wealth of knowledge in the legal field, specialising in a range of tasks including contract drafting, mortgage reporting and search ordering / reporting.

And, working in an office environment for more than three decades, Jayne Rawlins’ role will include work on the firm’s case management and admin systems, as BTR continues to streamline its operations.

Taking its total headcount to 33 across its Liverpool and Southport offices, the new recruits highlight further growth for the company – after six senior appointments and an office move to The Plaza, 100 Old Hall Street, during quarter one.

Managing director Sam Bushell said: “Rebecca and Jayne both bring an abundance of experience and an extensive skill-set to our team, and I am looking forward to seeing them both excel at Brown Turner Ross as we enter into an exciting period for the company.

“The pandemic has seen us go through a number of positive changes and with eight new starters already through the doors in 2021, we are continuing to show that we are an employer that is looking to expand and flourish, despite the uncertainty that the country finds itself in.”

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