Meet the team

Sue Bramall

Director | Law firm marketing consultant

Sue has been working in professional services marketing since 1990. With a background in management consultancy, she understands the fee earner's perspective and ensures a focus on delivering tangible results and a return on investment.

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Anjali Moss

Content Manager

Anjali trained as a solicitor practising in family law. She then spent a number of years in teaching before joining Berners Marketing to manage our content services.

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Carrie Hodgkins

Marketing Assistant and Copywriter

Carrie studied English and American Literatures at Keele University and had previous experience in copywriting and digital marketing before she joined the Berners team.

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Sarah Dyas

Associate Author

Sarah practised as a dispute resolution lawyer in private practice, before spending a number of years working for The University of Law as a course designer and quality assurance reviewer. She is a published legal author and has extensive experience writing for online platforms.

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Legal content writers

All qualified and experienced solicitors and barristers

We are unique in having a team of nearly twenty solicitors and barristers who can provide editorial services to our clients. This can include ghost-writing articles, brochures, newsletters and web content.

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Pauline Chare

Administrator and proofreader

Pauline is our super-efficient administrator. With a keen eye for detail, Pauline assists with research projects, database development and is our eagle-eyed proofreader.

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Steve Price

Graphic Designer

Steve is a very experienced graphic designer and produces a wide range of marketing materials for our clients, from adverts to brochures, and from posters to newsletters.

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