James Millis becomes partner at Brachers law firm
James Millis has become a partner at Brachers.
He has been with the firm for 10 years, specialising in property
disputes and licensing matters in the Dispute Resolution Team.
He qualified as a solicitor in 1999 after reading law at
Southampton Solent University and completing his legal practice at
the University of Westminster.
Mr Millis, pictured above, joined Maidstone-based Brachers in
2002 as an assistant solicitor before moving into commercial
He also has experience in a range of litigation areas including
general contract, disputed wills, debt recovery, insolvency and
He gained his post-graduate diploma in Advanced Litigation while
with the firm and is a member of The Property Litigation
He said: “I am delighted to become a partner at Brachers having
joined as a junior solicitor and developed with the firm.
"I am looking forward to continuing the development of our
property dispute expertise and raising the profile of our strong
Mr Millis is married with a four-year-old daughter. He is a
member of the Petts Wood Operatic Society and a follower of Formula
1 motor racing.
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