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Shulmans has appointed three new partners. Lyn Dario is a specialist regulatory lawyer; Helen Hill is a property litigator who advises on landlord and tenant disputes; and Emma Roe specialises in commercial contracts, intellectual property and technology matters.

Langleys Solicitors has promoted Andrew Cragg to lead its medical law team.

Blacks Solicitors has appointed Ian Errington as a commercial property partner.

Irwin Mitchell has appointed Paddy Sturman as a partner in its banking and finance team.

Freeths has appointed senior associate Lynne Webster to its real estate team.

Clarion Solicitors has appointed associate Jaella Henry-Robinson to its dispute resolution and litigation team.

Stephen Scott, real estate dispute partner at Nabarro, has been appointed as divisional managing partner.

Graysons has appointed two new partners, Caroline Murray and Helen Donaghy. Murray is head of the property team and Donaghy joins the firm as head of the medical negligence department.

Chadwick Lawrence has set up a regulatory department comprising Howard Willis, a partner in the personal injury team, who is supported by sports law and health and safety associate Nils O’Donoghue, and paralegal Joshua Smith.

Freeths has appointed Oliver Jackson as a partner in the insolvency and restructuring team.

Irwin Mitchell has appointed Robert Farrell as an associate in its banking & finance team.

Williamson’s Solicitors has appointed Yana Byelova and Helen Lord as members of the personal injury team.

Wrigleys Solicitors has welcomed Maria Graylen and Caroline Hawcroft as members of the firm’s rural property team.

LCF Law has appointed Cathy Cook as an associate in the corporate division.

Squire Patton Boggs has appointed Colin Stirling as a senior business advisor in the global corporate practice.

Ryan Carter has qualified into the private client team at Newtons Solicitors.

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