New solicitor for Irwin Mitchell’s property litigation team

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17 March 2015


IM LLP Logo 2015The Sheffield-based property litigation team at national law firm Irwin Mitchell has added to its expertise with the appointment of solicitor Joanne Shaw.

Joining the firm from the Birmingham office of Eversheds, Joanne specialises in real estate litigation and has experience in a range of matters, including handling landlord and tenant disputes for both commercial and private clients.

She also has experience of lease renewals, possession issues in both the commercial and residential sectors, as well as insolvency and dilapidations.

Her appointment adds to the wealth of high quality property expertise based at Irwin Mitchell’s Sheffield office, across both the property litigation team and also the Real Estate team led by Paul Firth.

Discussing her move, Joanne said: ““It is a fantastic time to join Irwin Mitchell, with the continued growth of its business legal services offering making it a fantastic place for me to push forward and further develop my career.

“The firm has a very bright future with a wealth of knowledge and expertise across its teams and I’m very excited about being a part of helping it progress to greater success in the future.”

Danny Revitt, partner and head of property litigation at Irwin Mitchell, said: “We are delighted that Joanne has joined us and are sure she will become a core asset to our team.

“Her appointment is a reflection of the growth that continues to be seen in our business legal services teams and we know that her expertise will prove invaluable as we look to grow our team alongside our renowned Real Estate team.”



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