Payne Hicks Beach

Payne Hicks Beach

08 April 2015

Payne Hicks Beach Strengthens Immigration Law Offering

Top London law firm Payne Hicks Beach is pleased to announce that Kathryn Bradbury has joined their leading Private Client department as a Partner. Kathryn specialises in immigration law and joins from Gherson, having previously worked at the Legal Aid Agency.

Kathryn has a broad practice advising on a range of immigration matters and has a wealth of experience representing high net worth individuals, entrepreneurs and clients in immigration issues relating to marriage, civil partnerships, unmarried partners, and children, including adoption and surrogacy arrangements.

Kathryn has particular expertise in European Union free movement cases and challenges to the extended family member provisions. Her previous experience in complex immigration cases includes instructions in human rights challenges and judicial reviews, such as representations during recent challenges to the Points-Based System and Sole Responsibility provisions in child cases.

Kathryn has been listed in the Legal 500 consistently since 2011. The Legal 500 law directory asserts that Kathryn imparts “realistic” advice and has “amazing attention to detail". Payne Hicks Beach’s Private Client department is renowned for its expertise and is ranked as a leading firm in Chambers and Partners 2015.

Kathryn comments:

"With its strong focus on Private Client work, Payne Hicks Beach provides outstanding support to its international client base. I am extremely pleased to participate in the further growth of the firm’s expertise and capabilities in immigration law."

Peter Black, Managing Partner, commented as follows:

"Kathryn has a fantastic reputation in the complex area of immigration law and for Payne Hicks Beach’s worldwide client base this is an important aspect of our offering. London is a global hub for foreign investment and we welcome Kathryn on board. She will be a real asset as we look to providing for all our clients’ international needs."


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