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Hunters Law LLP promotes specialist family lawyer to partner

  • April 08, 2020
  • By Amy Scollan, Partner

Leading High Net Worth Law Firm Promotes Specialist Family Lawyer to Partner

Leading multidisciplinary high net worth law firm, Hunters Law, is pleased to announce the promotion of Amy Scollan to the Firm’s partnership. Amy was previously a Senior Associate at the Firm.

Amy specialises in high value divorce and finance cases, often involving complex trust and company arrangements with an international dimension. 

She has represented many high-profile individuals, members of the aristocracy and directors of global companies in complicated litigation.

Amy is recommended in The Legal 500 as a “Next Generation Lawyer” and “a rising star of the future – she is clever and extremely thorough.”  The publication, Chambers and Partners say that Amy “has impressive experience in international cases, with a primary focus on European matters” and report that she is “acknowledged by market sources as “an incredible lawyer” with forensic attention to detail and solid interpersonal skills.”  Amy is also listed as a leading lawyer in Spear’s 500.

Commenting on her appointment to the partnership, Amy said: “I am delighted to now be a partner at Hunters and am very much looking forward to continuing to work with my colleagues to further strengthen our specialist high net worth family law offering.”

Henry Hood, Head of the Family department commented: “Amy is a great lawyer, and fully deserves her promotion. Her appointment will further consolidate our unique capabilities and expertise in family law and is a testament to our commitment to fostering organic growth within Hunters.”

Hunters Law specialises in a wide range of commercial and HNW private client and family law, and now comprises 26 partners within their London offices. Hunters Law was founded in 1715 and has been based in Lincoln’s Inn since 1745.

ENDS


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