Construction Boost For Irwin Mitchell In Sheffield

4th November 2014

Firm Continues Investment In Business Team The Sheffield office of Irwin Mitchell has boosted its Construction team with the appointment of Solicitor Emily Sinclair.

Emily joins Irwin Mitchell from DLA Piper in Sheffield and specialises in both contentious and non-contentious construction and engineering matters. Her appointment follows the re-location of Senior Associate, Wendy Greenwood, to the team a month earlier. She is experienced in advising on and negotiating the full suite of construction documents for the delivery of retail, hospitality and development projects and also advises employers, contractors and sub-contractors on all forms of dispute resolution including adjudication. Commenting on her move to Irwin Mitchell, Emily said: -Irwin Mitchell in Yorkshire has a very strong reputation for construction work and I am very excited to be working for a firm which has an entrepreneurial outlook and where I can continue to develop my specialism in both contentious and non-contentious construction work. Julie Morrissy, Partner and Head of Construction at Irwin Mitchell, said: -I'm delighted to welcome Emily to our growing team. She has a broad range of expertise and the right skill set to ensure we continue to provide clients with the first class legal service that they deserve.

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