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Hill Dickinson makes senior appointments

Maritime law practice Hill Dickinson has made a series of high-level appointments.

From left to right: Beth Bradley, Sung Hwan Choi and Kevin Austin.

Joining Hill Dickinson are master mariner Kevin Austin, South Korean market specialist Beth Bradley, and transactional lawyer Sung Hwan Choi.

Austin, currently a legal director with Norton Rose, will join Hill Dickinson as a legal director in London. Following a strategic rearrangement of the firm’s mariner team, Joe Quain will return from Singapore as a consultant in London as Ian MacLean heads out to join the team in Singapore.

Bradley joins Hill Dickinson’s London offices from Clyde & Co as a partner. She has longstanding international maritime experience and a specific interest in the Korean market.

Choi, currently with Norton Rose, will join as a partner in Hill Dickinson’s Singapore office.

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