Squire Patton Boggs promotes Leeds corporate lawyer to partner

Squire Patton Boggs promotes Leeds corporate lawyer to partner

Squire Patton Boggs has promoted Leeds corporate lawyer Hannah Crosland to partner.

The promotion comes as a reward for an impressive body of work, including, most recently, the Clipper Logistics and Farfetch joint venture to create an ecommerce fulfilment service for luxury brands, and acting for the shareholders of Outright Games on the acquisition of a majority shareholding by EMK Capital.

Crosland is an expert in a variety of national and international transactions and the new partner has experience in equity capital markets, private mergers and acquisitions, complex company reorganisations, and private equity transactions.

Commenting on Crosland’s promotion, John Alderton, managing partner of Squire Patton Boggs in Leeds, said: “Hannah is an exceptionally talented lawyer, well respected by colleagues and clients, who has made her mark at the firm.”

“Her promotion is very well-deserved; she has made a significant contribution to the continued success of our corporate team and to the office as a whole. We couldn’t be more delighted to welcome Hannah to the partnership.”

Crosland’s promotion came as Squire Patton Boggs elevated 26 lawyers to partner globally.

Pictured: Hannah Crosland is flanked by Hannah Kendrick, head of the Squire Patton Boggs Leeds corporate team, and John Alderton, managing partner of the firm’s Leeds office
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