By: 25 June 2024
Nigel Brook, new president of the Leeds Law Society

Nigel Brook, a seasoned commercial litigator and founding member of Tyr, has commenced his twelve-month tenure as president of the Leeds Law Society. With a distinguished career spanning multiple decades, Nigel has been a devoted member of the Leeds Law Society for many years. Originally hailing from West Yorkshire, he began his professional journey in London before relocating to Leeds in 2015, where he has since made significant contributions to the legal community.

Nigel’s expertise lies in contentious tax, encompassing disputes with HMRC and commercial claims that involve a tax component. His deep knowledge and experience in this niche area have earned him a stellar reputation among his peers and clients alike.

Dean Jowett, a colleague at Tyr, expressed his enthusiasm for Nigel’s new role: “Everyone at Tyr is really proud of Nigel, and looking forward to his year as president. Good luck, Nigel!”

Tyr, the commercial law firm where Nigel is a founding member, prides itself on a team of partners and senior fee earners who have honed their skills in leading legal practices. Tyr handles complex commercial issues for a diverse client base, including regional, national, and international clients. Located in the heart of Leeds, the firm provides a personal touch and excellent service to its clients.

The firm is known for its innovative and progressive culture. Passionate about their work, the team at Tyr ensures a high level of dedication and professionalism in all their legal endeavors. As Nigel Brook embarks on his presidential year at the Leeds Law Society, both Tyr and the broader legal community anticipate a period marked by leadership, expertise, and continued excellence.


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Emma Cockings
Emma is the content editor for Yorkshire Legal News. Emma is an experienced writer with a background in client-centric personal injury law for a major firm. She has attended and reported on numerous high-profile legal events in Yorkshire.