Flint Bishop's Eleven

Bondholder company Flint Bishop has announced several promotions across the business. The law-firm has appointed three solicitors to the partnership, and have welcomed two new Senior Associates and six new Associates to the firm.

New partners include: Andrew Perry, who specialises in construction and engineering; employment lawyer Emma Tice; and Raj Sumal a personal injury lawyer.

New senior associates at the firm are Jo Milward-Hyde, who has caseload of litigation, property, debt recovery and insolvency matters; and Julie Sims who is responsible for Flints Direct, a conveyancing ‘at a distance’ service.

New associates are: schools and commercial employment lawyer – Andrew Nicklin; Ashbourne-based conveyancing lawyer – Jane Pearson; wills, tax, trusts and probate specialist – Jo Robinson; specialist schools employment lawyer – Natalie Spink; defendant personal injury lawyer – Paul Bayliss; and defendant personal injury lawyer – Philip Thompson.

Andrew Cochrane, senior partner, said: “I’m delighted to welcome our three new partners to the firm, as well as two senior associates and six associates."

Each of the applicants showed myself, Ian Beardmore and Qamer Ghafoor their continued commitment and passion to the business and all of them should be incredibly proud.
— Andrew Cochrane, Senior Partner