Hill Dickinson promotes 16 to senior associate

International commercial law firm Hill Dickinson is pleased to announce the promotion of 16 lawyers to senior associate, with effect from 1 November 2017.

The promotions are spread across the firm’s core business groups with eight made in business services, four in health and a further four in its marine, trade and energy group. Of the 16 lawyers promoted, more than sixty percent are female.

Congratulating the newly appointed senior associates, CEO Peter Jackson said: ‘As a firm we place great emphasis on supporting and rewarding our people and those promoted have demonstrated technical excellence and consistently high levels of client service.’ 

The newly promoted senior associates are:

Business services:

Charlotte Hart, employment commercial, Liverpool
Jade Chan, corporate, Liverpool
Andrew Little, commercial litigation, Manchester
Alistair Wallworth, property, Manchester
Louise McMahon, property, London
Michelle Morgan, commercial and intellectual property, Manchester
Emma Townley, property, Liverpool
David Keenan, regulatory, Liverpool


Alaw Owen, health litigation, London
Steph Wilkinson, health litigation, Liverpool
Nick Citron, health litigation, Manchester
Victoria McManus, healthcare, Manchester

Marine, trade and energy: 

Laura Dobbs, marine regulatory, London
Sarah Barnes, marine regulatory, London
Ed Locke, cargo and logistics, Manchester
Chris Primikiris, shipping, London

In addition, Ioanna Dimopoulou, based in the firm’s Piraeus office, has been promoted to legal director. Ioanna is a transactional lawyer specialising mainly in non-contentious matters, corporate law, ship sale and purchase, ship finance and yacht transactions.