Amy first joined Anthony Collins Solicitors as a trainee in 2004 before moving to SNR Denton LLP in 2007, where she gained valuable experience in dealing with high profile acquisitions, disposals and conditional agreements.

She specialises in local government and regeneration law. Her appointment supports the firm’s expanding local government offering, which was recently boosted by the appointment of associate Ben Smith.

Jane Trevithick, partner at Anthony Collins Solicitors said: “We are very pleased to welcome Amy back to the firm. Her keen interest and knowledge of the built environment, along with the variety of experience she has gained since training with us, will be an asset to our public sector clients.”

Amy added: “I am delighted to be back at Anthony Collins Solicitors and am looking forward to working with colleagues old and new. I'm determined to use my previous experience in the sector to effectively serve the firm’s clients, and the communities in which they work.”

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