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Hawkswell Kilvington expands with appointment of nationally recognised Partner
We are delighted to confirm that David Spires has joined Hawkswell Kilvington as a Partner today.
Our press release is below:
Hawkswell Kilvington, the niche firm of award winning, specialist construction and engineering solicitors is continuing the expansion of its practice with the appointment of a new Partner, David Spires.
With 20 years’ experience specialising in all aspects of construction law, David has long been recognised as a leader in his field and is ranked as a leading individual by both Chambers & Partners and Legal 500. Previously head of construction at Watson Burton LLP, David’s focus will remain on resolving complex construction disputes through adjudication, litigation, arbitration and mediation.
David is a major lateral hire for the firm, and his appointment will significantly reinforce Hawkswell Kilvington’s existing capabilities. Daniel Silberstein, Partner at Hawkswell Kilvington said:
“David is an outstanding lawyer. His experience will be a huge asset to the Hawkswell Kilvington team. It is a real coup for us to bring someone of his calibre on board and we are delighted that he chose to join us”.
“It’s an exciting time to be joining Hawkswell Kilvington. They have an outstanding reputation, superb clients and a really talented group of lawyers. I am looking forward to working with the team and to helping the firm continue to grow.”
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