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South-West London law firm, Bellevue Law has hired its fourth employment law specialist, Victoria Misselbrook. Ms. Misselbrook has previously worked at City law firm KWM and, prior to practising law, worked at the BBC.
Florence Brocklesby, founder of Bellevue Law says of Victoria’s appointment:
“The reputation that we’re building in both litigation and employment work means that we continue to attract excellent lawyers like Victoria to join our team. We’ve been lucky enough to be trusted by clients and other professionals to act on some of their most significant matters over the past year. That trust is what sits behind our significant growth over the past few years.”
“In addition to her great work for both employers and senior employees, Victoria definitely adds a new dimension to our practice as she has an excellent track record in training for HR teams that we think is going to be of interest to existing and new clients. Being based in South-West London, we are in close proximity to numerous City commuters. When those individuals need employment law advice, they like to have City-quality advice but at below City prices. That’s really our sweet spot.”
Victoria Misselbrook says:
“I was attracted by Bellevue’s law’s clear focus on my area of law, by the opportunity to work in a way that works for both my clients and my family life, and by its great track record in serving its clients. When you see quotes about the firm like ‘I would recommend Bellevue Law to anyone, they are fantastic’ and ‘Communication has been fantastic and nothing is too much trouble’ you know that you are joining a firm that takes client service seriously.
“I’m looking forward to getting started and helping people resolve their workplace challenges.”
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