Property litigation firm Hägen Wolf has marked its first anniversary with the appointment of its fourth qualified solicitor. Amy Chadwick joins the firm as an associate and gives further depth and range to the firm’s service offering.
Ms Chadwick is an experienced solicitor-advocate with rights of audience in the Supreme Court and Court of Appeal.
She joins the Hägen Wolf from the Leeds office of Knights and has over six years of experience working in law firms and has led property litigation cases across a wide range of sectors including; social housing, commercial lease renewals, forfeiture, dilapidations and telecommunications.
Hägen Wolf launched in January 2020 and has grown despite the challenges to the property sector created by the pandemic. Its use of digital technology has helped support clients across the UK and won recognition from Chambers and Partners.
The firm has expanded its client base across the manufacturing, retail, transport and telecoms sectors while supporting the housing sector through an unprecedented period.
Amy Chadwick said: “There is a unique culture at Hägen Wolf that sets it apart. A focus on the client and a commitment to staff development has created strong foundations for continued growth. We are all excited to see what 2021 holds”.
Hägen Wolf is a specialist property litigation firm that operates nationally from offices in Leeds and London. The experienced team is drawn from across industry and offers expertise across industry sectors from transport to retail and residential property.
Commenting on the appointment, Matt Pugh, the managing partner of Hägen Wolf, said: “As a new and dynamic firm we invested in the latest technology from the outset to ensure that our staff and clients can work seamlessly with us wherever they are. It’s an approach that has ensured our continued growth throughout 2020 and has given us a robust platform for further expansion this year. We are delighted to welcome Amy to the team. It’s clear that our approach of investing in the personal and professional development of every lawyer continues to attract great talent.”