Denham Bramwell promotes new partners

Brooke Glasgow, Anna Fuiava and Emma Boad are set to be a big boost to several teams

Denham Bramwell promotes new partners
Brooke Glasgow, Anna Fuiava, Emma Boad

Denham Bramwell has promoted Brooke Glasgow, Anna Fuiava and Emma Boad to the firm’s leadership team.

The appointments became official on 1 April. According to GM Devika Kumar, the elevations come at a time when the firm is set to expand.

“These promotions will enable us to sustain our fast growth trajectory whilst providing excellent client service. We are delighted to have such a wealth of legal talent join our senior leadership team as the firm moves into an exciting new year of expansion”, Kumar said.

In particular, the promotions will boost Denham Bramwell’s civil litigation team, particularly with Fuiava’s contributions.

“[Anna’s] promotion is inspiring and well-deserved. We’re confident that Anna will bring fresh perspectives and insights to our firm's leadership, particularly in our busy civil litigation practice”, partner Sarah Vyle told NZ Lawyer.

Fuiava said that she was eager to play a part in the firm’s leadership.  

“I am very proud of Denham Bramwell and the culture that has been developed within the firm since its establishment a decade ago. It is a privilege for me to be able to bring my diverse background in contributing to the leadership of the firm. I am excited to be part of driving forward the next chapter for Denham Bramwell”, she told NZ Lawyer.

Meanwhile, Boad is set to make an impact on the commercial and property teams.

“Emma’s skills and international experience complement both our property and commercial and business law teams well. We’re excited to grow our offering in these practice areas with her as a partner”, partner Brett Abraham said.

Finally, Glasgow’s promotion to set to bolster the firm’s family law offering.

“I am delighted to see Brooke become a partner of the firm. Her talent and leadership will undoubtedly bring great value both to our expansive family and relationship property team and to our clients”, partner Fiona Cowan told NZ Lawyer.

Glasgow told NZ Lawyer that she believed in Denham Bramwell’s ability to “make a lasting positive impact in the community”, and that she was eager to be involved in the leadership.

In addition to the new partners, Denham Bramwell also elevated Kristy Jones and Petrina Siliva to senior associates. Natasha Broughton was also promoted to associate.

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