Nicola Finnerty has decided to retire as a partner of Corker Binning as of 31 January 2014. David Corker and Peter Binning have acquired her share in the partnership. She founded the firm in October 2000 with David Corker.
There is no doubt that Nicola’s enormous energy, drive and professionalism has made a huge contribution to the success of Corker Binning, now one of the leading firms specialising in criminal and regulatory litigation in London.
David Corker and Peter Binning look forward to continuing the success of the firm in the coming years with the continuing partners Robert Brown, Andrew Smith and Jessica Parker.
Commenting on Nicola’s retirement David Corker said: “Nicola is leaving Corker Binning at the top of her game having firmly established herself in the premier league of criminal litigators. We wish her every success.”
Nicola Finnerty said: “I have had a fantastic 13 years at Corker Binning. It has been a privilege to work with many talented people over the years and to have been instrumental in the firm’s success. For me, it is now time to pursue fresh challenges. I wish them all the very best for the future”
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