Jenny rejoins the team from Shakespeares and previously Gorrara Hadens solicitors since leaving Anthony Collins Solicitors in 2004. She has 15 years’ experience covering the whole spectrum of housing management and litigation issues.

Helen Tucker, partner and head of the housing litigation team at Anthony Collins Solicitors, said: “Jenny is a really strong addition to our team. She is already well known in the sector and respected by our existing clients, and will provide additional senior resource to our clients as part of our growing and busy team. We’re very pleased to welcome her back.”

Jenny commented: “I’m very happy to be returning to Anthony Collins Solicitors, having gained a wide range of sector experience. I’m looking forward to working in the team in what are interesting times of change in housing.”

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