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Mincoffs Solicitors announces raft of promotions



Leading North East corporate and commercial law firm, Mincoffs Solicitors has announced five promotions across both its business and private client teams.

Hannah Flowers and Hannah Nagel have been made associate solicitors in the commercial team, along with Claire Devapal and Lisa Bucknall in the residential conveyancing team, and the dispute resolution team’s Corrianne Boston.

The promotions are the latest in a prolonged period of growth for the firm, which has more than 100 staff across its Jesmond offices and marked its 75th anniversary last year.

Hannah Flowers specialises in intellectual property, while Hannah Nagel has particular expertise in the field of data protection, and both work across a wide range of commercial matters – including commercial contracts, franchising and information technology.

Claire and Lisa advise clients on all aspects of residential conveyancing, including house purchases and sales, transfers of equity and lease extensions of various complexities, while Corrianne has wide reaching experience in a variety of commercial and property litigation matters, acting for both claimant and defendant.

Senior partner Paul Hughes believes the promotions will bolster both the business and private client offering at the firm.

“We are delighted to see Hannah, Hannah, Claire, Lisa and Corrianne progress in their careers at Mincoffs,” he said.

“Their promotions to associate solicitors are thoroughly deserved and a testament to the time and effort they dedicate to delivering successful outcomes for their clients.

“I have full confidence they will excel at their new roles within their respective teams and I wish them every success in this next stage of their careers.”

Mincoffs Solicitors has provided expert legal services and advice across the North East and beyond for more than 75 years.

Alongside corporate and commercial services, the firm’s offering includes real estate, dispute resolution, employment law, licensing and gaming, residential conveyancing, family law and wills, probate and trusts.

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