NEW PARTNER FOR BIRMINGHAM LAW FIRM

14 Oct 2021

Published in: Member News

A new partner has joined the Birmingham office of national law firm Clarke Willmott LLP

Kim Klahn joins the corporate and commercial team and will advise on a broad range of corporate matters including mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, corporate reorganisations, private equity transactions, family investment companies and general company law and corporate governance issues.

Joining from Lodders Solicitors LLP where she was partner and head of the company’s corporate and commercial department, Kim brings with her experience across a range of sectors, with particular expertise in the sale and purchase of care homes.

She said: “I am delighted to join the national team at Clarke Willmott to work alongside John Irving to develop and grow the corporate offering of the firm in Birmingham.”

John Irving, head of the Birmingham corporate and commercial team at Clarke Willmott, said: “It is great to have Kim on board with us and we look forward to introducing her to our clients.

“Kim will be acting predominantly for privately owned businesses, SMEs and owner managed businesses. As a general corporate solicitor her depth and breadth of knowledge will be a great asset to the team.

“Kim’s appointment signals a further strengthening of our corporate team and will bolster our service offering here in Birmingham.”

Rayner Grice, head of Clarke Willmott’s Birmingham office, said: “Kim’s appointment strengthens our corporate offering in Birmingham and is part of the next stage of our Birmingham office growth plans.

“The firm’s commitment to continuing a flexible approach to working will enable us to maximise our development of the office and we are delighted that Kim will be working with us on this.”

Clarke Willmott is a national law firm with offices in Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, London, Manchester, Southampton and Taunton.

For more information visit www.clarkewillmott.com

Submitted by Karen from Clarke Willmott LLP
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