Liverpool City Region lawyers Brown Turner Ross have appointed two new directors at the firm. Kendra McKinney is a specialist in family law while Chris Mason works in the field of dispute resolution and property litigation.

Kendra McKinney is a member of the family law department at Brown Turner Ross, having joined the firm in September 2014 as a Trainee Solicitor before qualifying as a Solicitor in March 2016. She is instructed in relation to a wide range of litigation including but, not limited to public and private law child care issues, divorce and property and financial disputes.

Chris Mason joined the firm in 2016 working exclusively in civil litigation, acting for clients in a wide variety of disputes. He is an expert in commercial dispute resolution, property litigation, non-contentious corporate matters and employment law. With offices in Liverpool and Southport the firm’s expanding portfolio has seen Chris and Kendra promoted to director.

Speaking about his appointment Chris Mason said:

“Brown Turner Ross has a long and impressive history and this is an exciting time with the client base has growing significantly. I am looking forward to taking a prominent role in the next phase of the firm’s development and contributing to the ambitious aims for the future.”

After being appointed as a director Kendra McKinney added: 

“At Brown Turner Ross’s family law department, we make a significant, positive impact on people’s lives. I’m pleased to be taking this senior position in this important part of the firm’s business and I hope to be an influential force in the future of the firm.”

Sam Bushell, director and head of family law said:

“Chris and Kendra have been exemplary solicitors for the firm for some time now and we’re pleased to be able to appoint both of them as directors at Brown Turner Ross. The energy and enthusiasm they have is a real asset to the firm and their clients, while their professionalism and outstanding skills and experience will be invaluable in shaping the future of the firm as directors.”