Neurotrauma team continues to grow
Emily Booth joins Sintons from another North East law firm, and has built experience in supporting clients who have sustained serious brain injuries.
Young lawyer Emily also has experience of working in Court of Protection matters – another area in which Sintons has renowned specialism – and is often vital in the support of clients after life-changing injury.
Emily, who achieved a distinction in her Masters in Law, joins Sintons at a time of continuing development for its Neurotrauma team.
Sintons’ reputation for its capability and levels of client support means it regularly receives many instructions by referral or recommendation from its network of fellow Neurotrauma professionals.
“I’m really pleased to move to Sintons, which has a first-rate reputation for its work in Neurotrauma and in supporting people and families after life-changing injury,” says Emily.
“I’m really passionate about this area of work and in making a difference to people’s lives after such trauma, and look forward to working alongside my new colleagues at Sintons in doing this, as well as learning from them to support my own development as a lawyer.”
Andrew McGowan, head of Neurotrauma, says: “Our team is growing strongly nationally, with increasing numbers of new instructions coming from right across the country meaning we need to bring in new legal talent to support our increasing caseload.
“We are very pleased to welcome Emily, whose growing experience in Neurotrauma work and commitment to supporting clients after serious injury makes her a great addition to the team. We have a significant level of expertise here and many years of experience in this very specialist area of work, which can support Emily’s ongoing development.
“Our reputation and presence in the market continues to grow strongly and we are known as a go-to name nationally in the field of brain and spinal injury work – something we will continue to develop as a team through hard work and absolute dedication to our clients.”