Trowers & Hamlins Birmingham office’s growth continues


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Trowers' commercial and property litigation teams in Birmingham have doubled in size in less than two years with two recent senior associate recruits.

Jamie De Souza joins from Higgs & Sons and Nicola Gee from Clyde and Co. Jamie is experienced in advising clients on commercial disputes and Nicola Gee brings with her an extensive track record dealing with high profile property litigation matters nationally and internationally.

In two years the Birmingham litigation practice has more than doubled to now encompass over 20 lawyers, a number noted as experts in their field.

The success in the Birmingham office has also continued with the promotion of commercial property expert Simon Robinson to the firms partnership. Simon has over 10 years' experience advising on commercial property and development projects for public and private sector clients, including large scale residential developments, community extensions and urban regeneration projects. Simon's partner status came into effect on 1st July.

Amardeep Gill, partner and head of the Birmingham office commented:

"I would like to congratulate Simon on his well-deserved promotion and welcome our new senior associates to our team. It's an exciting time in Birmingham right now and we are proud to be involved in its thriving business community. Our growth is a reflection of the hard work and success of our teams and I'd like to thank everybody for their continued efforts to develop our expanding business across the region."


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