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Leigh Day celebrates excellence with five partner promotions in Manchester

Leigh Day celebrates excellence with five partner promotions in Manchester


This strategic move signifies Leigh Day's steadfast commitment to excellence and the nurturing of talent within the organisation

Lauren Tully, Louisa Saville, Colin Murphy, Ryan Bradshaw, and Stephanie Hill have been appointed as partners, reflecting the firm's dedication to strengthening its presence in the North West region.

Colin Murphy
Colin Murphy, recipient of the Insurance Rising Star of the Year award at the 2024 Legal 500 Northern Powerhouse Awards, specialises in International Travel Litigation. Since joining Leigh Day in 2018, Colin has passionately represented clients with serious personal injuries sustained abroad. His expertise in handling complex jurisdiction disputes and multi-party litigation enhances the firm's capabilities in advocating for those affected by workplace accidents, holiday incidents, and road traffic accidents.

Ryan Bradshaw
As joint head of Leigh Day’s Manchester Human Rights department, Ryan Bradshaw brings a wealth of experience in areas connected to social justice. With a focus on discrimination, worker status, and holiday pay, Ryan's dedication to human rights and employment law underscores the firm's commitment to justice and equality.

Lauren Tully
Specialising in medical negligence claims, Lauren Tully joined Leigh Day in 2018, advocating for individuals affected by poor medical care. Lauren's work not only seeks compensation but also aims to provide answers and acknowledgment to those who have suffered harm or lost loved ones due to medical negligence.

Louisa Saville
Louisa Saville specialises in representing victims of asbestos-related diseases, such as mesothelioma and asbestos-related lung cancer. Her advocacy extends to individuals from various industries, ensuring justice for those exposed to asbestos in high-risk workplaces.

Stephanie Hill
Stephanie Hill's journey from paralegal to leading the Manchester Human Rights department epitomises Leigh Day's commitment to talent development. With a focus on public law cases and migrants' rights, Stephanie's dedication to social justice has garnered recognition, including a nomination at the Legal Aid Lawyer of the Year Awards.

Managing Partner Chris Benson expressed pride in the exceptional talent and dedication exhibited by the newly promoted partners. He affirmed their pivotal role in driving the continued growth and success of Leigh Day's Manchester office and the firm as a whole.

Image Caption: Left to right: Colin Murphy, Louisa Saville, Stephanie Hill, Lauren Tully, Ryan Bradshaw.