BRM moves into Sheffield and commercial property

BRM moves into Sheffield and commercial property

Chesterfield-based law firm BRM has opened a new office in Sheffield and expanded its commercial property team.

The firm’s new 4,500 square foot office will see BRM based at Steel City House on West Street. Alastair Reid has been appointed as commercial property director, to spearhead the new practice in the city.

The appointment of Reid follows the recruitment of commercial litigation associates James Parden and Liz Henwood, as well as corporate duo Trevor Bird and Damini Sharma, who are all based in Sheffield.

BRM director Adrian Sheehan said: “Alastair has been appointed as director to drive the new office which will provide a full commercial offering to the business community of Sheffield and build the commercial property arm of the Sheffield office. Built on the success and foundations of our thriving Chesterfield HQ, this new office reflects the firm’s ambitions for expansion and future acquisitions.”

Reid said: “I am very excited to be part of such a commercially focussed organisation. I am looking forward to working with Adrian and the team to drive the new Sheffield office to reach its full potential. Together, we will continue to build long standing relationships with existing clients and develop strong relationships with new clients. The new Steel City House offices will provide the perfect platform to attract business from clients, both new and old, and importantly legal talent in the local and national market.”

Pictured, from left to right: Alastair Reid, Sarah Rowland and Adrian Sheehan

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