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Seven senior promotions at BRM Solicitors

Growth at regional law firm BRM Solicitors continues with seven promotions across its two offices in Chesterfield and Sheffield.

The promotions include two new heads of departments, one director, three senior associates and an associate.

The round of promotions are to acknowledge the continued hard work of key staff within the firm.

James Alger, newly appointed as head of Sheffield real estate, said: “This is an important chapter in the continued growth of BRM, I aim to continue to grow the real estate team and continue to provide a top-tier service to all clients.”

New corporate director Trevor Bird said: “The team at BRM are very talented and it is great to see the team being strengthened to support our growing client base.”

Property litigation solicitor, James Parden, plot sales specialist, Rachael Sawyer, and real estate solicitor, Chris Hey have all been promoted to senior associate.

Wills and probate solicitor, Rose Evans, was promoted to associate.

Additional promotions have also been made at the firm, including employment specialist Ellie Leatherday who has been promoted to the position of senior solicitor in the employment team, who have seen strong growth in its client base over the last 12 months.

Sanjeev Batra, new head of Chesterfield real estate, said: “The promotions highlight BRMs commitment to staff development and we are dedicated to offering mentoring and clear career progression for our staff.”

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