Sheffield Family Lawyer Shortlisted for Yorkshire Lawyer Awards

26th September 2013

Sheffield legal practice Taylor Bracewell is absolutely delighted to announce that Alison Kitchman, partner and head of family law, has been shortlisted for the Yorkshire Lawyer, Private Client Award 2013.

Alison is one of 5 dynamic partners at Taylor Bracewell and is one of the most highly regarded solicitors in her field in our region.  During her 22 years as a family lawyer, Alison has developed a wide expertise in family law, and, as a collaborative lawyer, is seen as a pioneer of the collaborative approach in the region.  She has led Taylor Bracewell's family law department to great success since she joined the firm in 2007. Managing partner, Sharon Beck says; -To have been shortlisted for such a prestigious award is an accolade in itself, but as this is the first time we have been nominated for the award, and in a year when the number of entries is higher than ever, we couldn't be more proud.  It is certainly a testimony to Alison's hard work and dedication to Taylor Bracewell and our clients.  We are looking forward to attending the awards ceremony on 2nd October and will of course be rooting for Alison to go one stage further and win.  However, we would like to congratulate Alison now on making the shortlist: it is quite an achievement in itself. Alison can be contacted on 0114 272 1884j or by email at

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