Trowers & Hamlins recruits in-house General Counsel


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International law firm Trowers & Hamlins has recruited its first in-house General Counsel to support its continuing growth, commitment to quality and commercial strategy.

Claire Larbey joins from Eversheds, bringing with her considerable experience in this area. she will be based at the firm's headquarters in London and will support all offices in the UK and Internationally. Her role will involve the overseeing of areas such as data protection, client intake and legal and regulatory risk.

Managing partner Sara Bailey commented on Claire's appointment:

"This is the first time we have held this post in-house and we are delighted to welcome Claire to Trowers. Claire's extensive experience, commercial business acumen and sophisticated understanding of risk and compliance will provide a valuable addition to our firm and for our clients."

Claire added:

"I am delighted to be joining Trowers as their new General Counsel. Trowers is committed to providing the best quality of service to its clients and in ensuring the protection of both its clients and stakeholders. I am very much looking forward to supporting and working with Trowers."

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