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Olivia Piercy joins Hunters Law as a Partner in the Family Department

  • September 05, 2022
  • By Olivia Piercy,  

Hunters Law LLP is delighted to announce that Olivia Piercy has joined the firm as a Partner in the Family Department.

Rising star Olivia joins Hunters from Bindmans, where she headed the Family Department. With a diverse practice ranging from HNW financial claims on divorce to surrogacy, and cross-border enforcement of financial orders to child abduction work, Olivia’s depth of knowledge and experience are an exciting addition to Hunters’ growing family law team.

Ranked as a “Next Generation Partner” by The Legal 500, Olivia has run cases to the Supreme Court and Court of Appeal, and is praised as “clever, focused and tenacious” with “impressive knowledge and experience”. As a domestic abuse specialist and advocate, Olivia sits on Resolution’s Domestic Abuse Committee, and sits as a member of Mr Justice Cobb’s Private Law Working Group.

Henry Hood, Senior Partner and Head of Hunters’ Family department commented ‘I am thrilled to welcome Olivia Piercy to our team. Olivia brings a unique combination of legal talent and business dynamism, making her a fantastic addition to our team at a time of great change and opportunity in family law practice”.

Olivia added “I have long admired Hunters’ family law practice and am excited to be joining the team. I am looking forward to working with colleagues across the firm in providing a top-level service for our clients”. 

This news has been published in Today’s Family Lawyer here, WealthBriefing here, EPrivateClient here, City A.M. here and Edward Fennell’s Legal Diary (16 September) here


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