Our brain injury specialist and serious injury partner Paul Brown has been reinstated as a member of Newcastle Law Society after stepping down due to his charitable commitments. Paul is well-known locally and nationally for his work supporting serious injury charities to campaign for better awareness, services and support for those living with serious injuries and he is hoping to bring this experience to his position on the committee.
Paul said of his appointment: “Newcastle Law Society advocates for access to legal services for all, and this is something I wholeheartedly believe in. I am thrilled to be working alongside likeminded people who campaign for better access to legal services and legal aid. Our committee members also strive to support vulnerable people in the legal system, such as those living with acquired brain injuries, which is the work that I specialise in.
The society has great ties with the local community. I am proud to have been re-elected onto the committee and look forward to working alongside other committee members to offer better access to quality legal advice for those living in Newcastle, County Durham, Northumberland and further afield.”
About the Newcastle Law Society
The historic Newcastle Law Society was founded in 1826 and since then has gone on to establish itself as a premier provider of quality legal education programmes, seminars, lectures and networking opportunities. The society also functions as an advocacy group, raising the concerns of its members and bridging the gap between those in the legal profession and those making the laws.
The Newcastle Law Society also produce the monthly Newcastle News magazine where you can read more about Paul’s appointment on page 13: https://bit.ly/3ydpcuF If you would like to contact Paul you can reach him on 0191 300 1833 and firstname.lastname@example.org If you would like to know more about Paul and the Serious Injury department click here and here.