Law firm Brown Turner Ross appoints two new directors and backs leading charity
Practice has appointed Kendra McKinney, who is a specialist in family law, and Chris Mason, who works in the field of dispute resolution and property litigation
Merseyside law firm Brown Turner Ross has appointed two new directors.
And the practice, which has offices in Liverpool city centre and Southport, has also announced it has chosen UK children’s cancer charity CLIC Sargent as its charity of the year.
The practice has appointed Kendra McKinney, who is a specialist in family law, and Chris Mason, who works in the field of dispute resolution and property litigation.
Ms McKinney is a member of the family law department at Brown Turner Ross, having joined the firm in September 2014 as a trainee solicitor before qualifying as a solicitor in March 2016.
She is instructed in relation to a wide range of litigation including but, not limited to public and private law child care issues, divorce and property and financial disputes.
Mr Mason joined the firm in 2016 working exclusively in civil litigation, acting for clients in a wide variety of disputes. He is an expert in commercial dispute resolution, property litigation, non-contentious corporate matters and employment law.
And Brown Turner Ross will be supporting CLIC Sargent in its efforts to help young people and their families who have been affected by cancer. In the North West alone last year the organisation supported 835 families, giving out financial grants to the value of £128,946.
Its Cancer Costs report found that families with a child on active treatment spend an extra £600 a month.
Ms McKinney said: “The work that CLIC Sargent does makes a real difference to young cancer patients and their families with the specialist support they give. As a firm, we are passionate about supporting local charities and look forward to a fruitful partnership this year with CLIC Sargent.”