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Maeve Hanna

Partner

London

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Maeve Hanna

Partner

London

Maeve specialises in advising corporates on their complex commercial disputes, including public body challenges. She has extensive experience of advising large and multi-national corporates in a wide range of areas including transaction-related, shareholder and joint venture disputes, complex contractual issues and commercial fraud, as well as her specialist experience in disputes concerning public contracts or assets.

She also regularly advises on public law, political law and human rights issues and acts for a variety of clients in judicial reviews and public procurement challenges as well as in regulatory investigations. Maeve is also active in high profile pro bono work, regularly intervening in landmark Supreme Court, Court of Appeal and High Court cases on behalf of charities, particularly in the field of immigration and human rights law.

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Office

London

Allen & Overy LLP
One Bishops Square
London
E1 6AD

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Qualifications

Professional

Admitted as solicitor, England and Wales, 2011

Academic

BA, Law, Queens' College, Cambridge University, 2007

LLM, Law & International Law, University of Bristol, 2008

Pro bono

  • Maeve is active in high profile pro bono work, regularly intervening in landmark Supreme Court, Court of Appeal and High Court cases on behalf of charities, particularly in the field of immigration and human rights law.

Recognition

Awards

Winner of the Junior Lawyers Division Pro Bono Award

2015 LawWorks ProBono Awards

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