Quartet of new partners announced at Moore Barlow

Moore Barlow has named four new partners across its personal injury, real estate and corporate practices. 

Major trauma specialist Amandeep Khasriya has been made a partner in the personal injury team. Amandeep has 14 years’ experience dealing with high-value and serious injury cases and also heads up the firm’s diversity and inclusion committee.  She is also vice chair of the Law Society’s Women Solicitors Network.

The firm also confirmed that Charlotte Brackley and Ben Loosemore in the property practice have joined the partnership. Charlotte, in Moore Barlow’s highly-regarded rural property team, has 20 years’ experience acting for high-net-worth individuals, private companies and trusts, predominantly buying, selling and financing farms, estates and large country houses with land. Ben is a land development specialist acting predominantly for housebuilders and investors.  

The fourth new partner, Polly Cross, works in the corporate practice where she leads the department’s company secretarial team and specialises in advising companies in relation to director and shareholder meetings, share transactions, articles of association, directors’ duties and statutory company law requirements. 

A further 13 lawyers across the firm have been promoted to Associate and Senior associate.

Amandeep, Charlotte, Ben and Polly bring a wealth of expertise to the partnership, bolstering the level of specialist knowledge we have in our senior team. Investing in our people, and offering them remuneration that’s more than just a salary – through training, career development and a nurturing culture – is fundamental to our model. These four promotions demonstrate that our approach is working and showcase the strength of expertise available across our business.” 

Ed Whittington, Managing Partner

Moore Barlow employs nearly 500 people with offices in Guildford, Southampton, Woking and Lymington, Richmond and the City.