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People Moves with Leathes Prior, Hatch Brenner and Suffolk Housing

PUBLISHED: 11:29 18 September 2018 | UPDATED: 11:40 18 September 2018

Myles Chingara and Anneke Micallef-Eynaud have been appointed as trainee solicitors at Leathes Prior in Norwich. Picture: Leathes Prior

Myles Chingara and Anneke Micallef-Eynaud have been appointed as trainee solicitors at Leathes Prior in Norwich. Picture: Leathes Prior

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These are the latest people moves and new appointments from around East Anglia.

Adrian Barber has been appointed as chief executive of Suffolk Housing on an interim basis. Picture: Suffolk HousingAdrian Barber has been appointed as chief executive of Suffolk Housing on an interim basis. Picture: Suffolk Housing

Suffolk Housing has appointed a new chief executive.

Adrian Barber has 30 years’ experience in the housing sector and takes the reins at the housing association after 13 years specialising in consultancy work. He will work with Suffolk Housing on an interim basis, initially for one year.

He said he would like to explore more uses of technology within the company.

“I have always enjoyed helping organisations to make positive changes and hope to continue that trend at Suffolk Housing,” he said.

Alexandria Martin has been appointed as a trainee solicitor at Hatch Brenner in Norwich. Picture: Hatch BrennerAlexandria Martin has been appointed as a trainee solicitor at Hatch Brenner in Norwich. Picture: Hatch Brenner

Norwich law firm Hatch Brenner has welcomed a new trainee.

Alexandria Martin is on a two-year trainee contract and will spend her first six months working with the Theatre Street firm’s dispute resolution team.

The Liverpool John Moores University law graduate will work with experienced lawyers in areas including personal injury and employment disputes.

Hatch Brenner partner and head of the dispute resolution team Colin Cook said: “We are all thrilled to welcome Alexandria to the firm and to Norwich.”

Leathes Prior in Norwich has taken on two new trainee solicitors.

Anneke Micallef-Eynaud graduated from Durham University in 2015 and has since completed her graduate diploma in law and legal practice course (LPC). She is trilingual, fluent in English, German and Maltese.

Myles Chingara studied law in Lincoln then a Masters in international business law at Kings College London. He completed his LPC in Cambridge this year.

Dan Chapman, partner and training principle at Leathes Prior, said: “We have very high hopes for the two of them.”

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