Commercial law firm Brabners strengthens property offering with two new hires
Andrew Rogers joins as a senior associate in the property litigation team and Nora Schofield as head of residential property.
Commercial law firm Brabners has strengthened its property litigation and residential property practices with two new hires, who together bring almost 30 years’ experience to the firm.
With more than nine years’ experience, Andrew Rogers specialises in resolving property disputes, with particular focus on the retail and investment sectors. He advises a broad client base from occupiers and landlords to investment funds and international investors, and has experience working across both the public and private sectors. He joins the firm from DWF.
Nora Schofield has also been appointed head of residential property. With more than 20 years’ experience, Nora specialises in all areas of residential property law, which includes advising on the buying and selling of high-value or complex properties. She combines experience and expertise with the latest technology to ensure clients receive the highest level of service.
Mark Brandwood, managing partner at Brabners, said: “Attracting the best and brightest talent is an integral part of our business strategy and it’s because of this that we’re able to deliver a consistently outstanding service to our growing client base.
“It is a pleasure to bring Andrew and Nora on board, and with them they bring a range of specialist expertise that will enhance the legal advice we provide. The number and quality of individuals joining the firm demonstrates that we are continuing to attract the best talent from across the North West.”