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BDB Lawyer, Kevin Poulter, lands role on The Alan Titchmarsh Show

 

BDB lawyer, Kevin Poulter, has become the regular legal expert for ITV's 'The Alan Titchmarsh Show'.

The daily chat show, which features celebrity guests, music and discussion on the day's hot topics, is watched by over a million viewers every day. Kevin has joined the team of experts that appear live on the show each week.

Kevin is joined each week by journalist Fiona Foster and will discuss, from a legal point of view, a range of topical stories which are important to viewers.

Speaking about his role, Kevin said:

"It is a huge honour to be asked to appear on one of ITV's biggest daytime shows and with one of Britain's most recognisable and well-loved celebrities. Alan and his team have made me feel very welcome.

I look forward to continuing to talk about a range of legal issues which affect people's everyday lives. I hope that I can show that the law really is there to help people and solicitors are approachable, knowledgeable and understanding."

Kevin Poulter is a senior associate at London law firm Bircham Dyson Bell, where he specialises in employment law and social media.

For further information contact Mark Wileman, Senior Business Development and Marketing Manager on 020 7227 7000 or markwileman@bdb-law.co.uk.

 

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