Enable Law strengthens Clinical negligence offering with a specialist Consultant appointment
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National law firm, Enable Law, which has offices located in Bristol,. Exeter, London, Plymouth, Southampton, Taunton and Truro, has announced that industry heavyweight Paula Barnes will join the firm as a consultant.
Paula joins Enable Law from Lester Aldridge where she was Partner. She brings a wealth of experience to Enable Law, with significant knowledge in birth injury and clinical negligence having worked in the sector for numerous years. Paula will work across all of Enable Law’s Clinical Negligence teams with a focus on bolstering the firms birth injury practice.
Paula is a member of the National Consortium of Special Schools and Conductive Education Centres, which she previously Chaired, as well as a Trustee of Move Europe, a charity which promotes movement in children with neurological impairment, and the Dame Vera Lynn Children’s Centre an early year’s charity for children with cerebral palsy.
Commenting on her appointment, Paula said: “I am excited to embark on this new challenge with Enable Law. I have dedicated my career to supporting families and children with a special focus on conductive education settings. I am excited to bring my knowledge to the Enable Law team and support the firm and its already well-established Clinical Negligence teams on a range of complex cases.”
Rob Antrobus, Partner at Enable Law said: “Paula’s experience is second-to-none and we are thrilled to be welcoming her to the firm. Paula has a long history of working within the Clinical Negligence legal field and has a proven track record of supporting clients. Enable Law has experienced significant growth and success over the past few years and Paula will no doubt feed into our future success.”
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