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Victoria Brackett

CEO of Business Legal Services & Partner

Biography

Victoria is the Chief Executive Officer of Business Legal Services. She is responsible for the strategy and leadership of the Business Legal Services teams, working in close partnership with the department heads. She sits on the firm’s Executive Board and Group Holdings Board. Victoria retains her responsibilities for the leadership of the Commercial Litigation, Regulatory, Employment and Pensions teams. She has over fifteen years’ experience in resolving disputes for clients and has specialist knowledge in the areas of banking and insurance litigation. Her clients have included large corporates, Lloyd’s syndicates, insurance companies and financial services institutions.

Recent highlights

Victoria has been involved in firm management for the last five years and in that role has been involved in the management of key client relationships on behalf of the firm.  She has helped to build and support the firm’s sector strategy and client relationship management programme which has ensured strong engagement with the firm’s clients.  In December 2015 she led the merger of Thomas Eggar into Irwin Mitchell.  

Publications 

Victoria sits on the Editorial Board of Managing Partner and is a regular contributor to the publication as well as other legal press.


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  • 18/07/2018
    Newcastle Sets Pace In The North East For Employment Growth

    “This latest report has highlighted how Newcastle and Sunderland have enjoyed a strong performance in terms of employment and GVA growth respectively in recent months. “However, the news that Middlesbrough is continuing to lag behind their North East rivals and the rest of the UK in terms of economic growth is a major concern which local government will be keen to tackle across the coming months and years.”

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  • 16/07/2018
    South Of England Leads 2028 League Table Of Economic Growth

    “Our latest report offers very positive news for Exeter. Over £500m was injected into the area between 2011 and 2016 and this has undoubtedly been a factor in improving the city’s prospects. Looking forward, the city should focus on the current low levels of progression into higher education, which is surprising given the presence of a world-renowned university in the city.”

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  • 18/06/2018
    Restaurants And Bars 'Must Embrace Tech And The Instagram Age To Stay Relevant'

    “As we have seen throughout this report, the bar and restaurant sector is a key driver for economic growth here in the UK and across the world. The sector is however facing significant disruption, but it’s not Armageddon as some commentators have suggested, rather a case of re-invention. “There are plenty of reasons to be optimistic. The sector is growing at a steady rate and consumer confidence is generally on the rise and people generally having more disposable income to spend on themselves. However, consumer businesses must constantly invest and innovate to remain relevant and adapt to the new consumer.”

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  • 18/06/2018
    Omnichannel And Experiential 'Key To Retail's Future Success'

    “As we have seen throughout this report, the retail sector is a key driver for economic growth here in the UK and across the world. The sector is however facing significant disruption, but it’s not Armageddon as some commentators have suggested, rather a case of re-invention. “There are plenty of reasons to be optimistic. The sector is growing at a steady rate and consumer confidence is generally on the rise and people generally having more disposable income to spend on themselves. However, consumer businesses must constantly invest and innovate to remain relevant and adapt to the new consumer.”

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