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Cracknell Law Expands its Corporate Team with Two Senior Hires

Cracknell Law Expands its Corporate Team with Two Senior Hires

 

We are delighted to announce that James Wilkinson has joined Cracknell Law as a Director and Head of Corporate Services and Hannah Lawley has joined Cracknell Law as a Senior Associate and Corporate Solicitor.

Before joining Cracknell Law, James worked with Kemp Little and Fladgate in London and also spent some time in industry, working on contract automation and drafting technology at LexisNexis, a global legal technology business. James has varied experience across both Commercial & Corporate matters including: M&A, Acquisitions & Disposals, Indirect Real Estate, Commercial Contracts, Shareholder Agreements, Subscription Agreements, Joint Ventures, Partnership/LLP Agreements, Share Buy Back, Employee Incentive Schemes, AIM/LSE Listings and GDPR.

James is based at our Duxford & Cambridge office.

Before joining Cracknell Law, Hannah was a corporate lawyer at top 50 UK law firm Mills & Reeve LLP, where she was renowned for managing volume acquisition programmes. She has a wealth of experience in corporate transactions including private M&A work (both share and asset deals), IPOs, corporate restructuring, shareholder agreements and LLP agreements, investment work and general compliance and corporate governance advice.

Hannah is based at our Norwich office.

Managing Director, Ryan Cracknell said “I am delighted to welcome James and Hannah to the team and I believe that they will make a huge contribution to the firm. Our clients have significant growth ambitions and by strengthening our Corporate Services team we will continue to be able to meet their demands at all stages throughout the business lifecycle – from start-up to fundraising, management buy-outs and buy-ins, joint ventures and strategic partnerships, acquisitions and exit.”