Annemarie Bradley, Senior Associate
Annemarie commenced her training at a full service national firm and joined Vardags Manchester office to complete her training. She was promoted to Associate in December the following year. Annemarie has been involved in cases with complex financial settlements as well as private children law proceedings. She is a member of the Manchester Law Society’s Family Law Committee and Manchester Young Solicitors Group.
Annemarie read Law and Sociology at the University of Durham. She achieved the highest mark in the year for Statistical Analysis, achieving a double first in that subject. She was selected to be one of ten founding student members of the University’s first Pro Bono Society. The group received the LawWorks ‘Best New Pro Bono Activity’ award by Baroness Scotland. After Durham, Annemarie returned home to Manchester to continue her legal studies at BPP Law School.
"Annemarie and Kate in Manchester were amazing at taking the heat out of what could have been a really nasty children case. Their communications with the other party were so calm and persuasive that we managed to come to an agreement without having to go to court, which saved us all loads of money. You get what you pay for and amazing lawyers can help you save money later down the line." (Former client)
"I would highly recommend Annemarie Bradley. I found myself in a very difficult position during my divorce. Her understanding ... placed me in a driving position and saved me a lot of money. The end result was justice and I will be forever grateful." (D Heathcote, former client)
"[Emma and Annemarie are] glamorous, professional, intelligent, empathetic and bloody good solicitors. What more could a man ask for?" (Former client)
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Annemarie takes a keen interest in politics and was previously elected as Trafford’s member of the Youth Parliament. At the University of Durham, she was elected as Vice-Chairwoman of the Students Union Council for her final two years. Annemarie is a Dementia Friend with Alzheimers UK and in her leisure time enjoys sampling Manchester’s vibrant food and drink scene.