DAC Beachcroft adds three partners to its health and social care team

  • 8th May 2024


Alison Martin

International law firm, DAC Beachcroft, has promoted three colleagues to the position of partner in its market-leading health and social care team.

The new partners are Jemma Gillson (mental health regulation), Stuart Keyden (clinical risk), and Alison Martin (infrastructure and projects).

DACB’s annual round of promotions also sees Anne-Marie Gregory (public law and corporate governance) promoted to legal director, while Yasmin Allan, Claire Anderson, Emily Broad, Nikki Green, Helen Jones, Kirstyn MacFarlane, Bridie Mahoney, Holli Prescott, Susanna Read, and Nico Tilche become senior associates.

The promotions – which take effect from 1 May – mark a continuation of DACB’s investment in the firm’s health and social care business to meet its clients’ needs, and follow the recent appointments of healthcare regulatory expert, Susan Trigg, and health property specialists Victoria Armstrong and Lisa Geary as partners.

Stuart Keyden

Hamza Drabu, partner and head of health at DACB, said: “DACB remains the platform for the most-talented health and social care lawyers to fulfil their potential, with our continuous growth across the sector and the provision of the right support network creating opportunities for them to develop professionally and realise their ambitions.

“The 14 promoted colleagues will not only add further strength and depth to our health and social care team, but also ensure we are better able to deliver the bespoke solutions and exceptional service our health sector clients deserve.”

Jemma Gillson

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