DAC Beachcroft: Jemma Gillson, Stuart Keyden and Alison Martin

Jemma Gillson

International law firm DAC Beachcroft has promoted three employees to partner in its health and social care team.

The new partners are Jemma Gillson (mental health regulation), Stuart Keyden (clinical risk) and Alison Martin (infrastructure and projects).

The firm also promoted 10 members of its health and social care team to senior associate.

Hamza Drabu, DACB partner and head of health said: “DACB remains the platform for the most talented health and social care lawyers to fulfil their potential, with our continuous growth across the sector and the provision of the right support network creating opportunities for them to develop professionally and realise their ambitions.

“The… promoted colleagues will not only add further strength and depth to our health and social care team, but also ensure we are better able to deliver the bespoke solutions and exceptional service our health sector clients deserve.”

DACB stated it has more than 300 public sector and independent healthcare clients.

Stuart Keyden
Alison Martin

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