Leading public sector specialist joins Sintons

A leading public sector specialist lawyer has joined law firm Sintons, further strengthening its nationally-known commercial team.

Chloe Dinsdale has joined Newcastle-based Sintons as a Senior Associate and is a well-known specialist in public sector work, acting for both commissioners and providers of services.

Much of her work is in the healthcare sector, an area in which Sintons is one of the leading law firms nationally, working for NHS Trusts, GPs, dentists and other healthcare providers across the UK.

Prior to joining Sintons, Chloe had a 15-year career at Womble Bond Dickinson, prior to which she trained and worked as a lawyer in London.

The appointment of Chloe comes at a time of growth for Sintons, which has seen the firm recently unveil plans to reach a turnover of £20m within the next five years, alongside a continued recruitment strategy to bring in and retain the very best legal talent.

Chloe said: “Sintons is well-known for its capability and its ability to work nationally from its single office in Newcastle, and that is what attracted me to move here.

“Sintons has an enviable reputation in many areas, with healthcare being particularly strong, so I am very pleased to be moving here at a time of growth and development for the whole firm.”

Mark Quigley, managing partner of Sintons, said: “Chloe is a very well-known and highly respected lawyer for her work in public sector matters, and especially healthcare, so her moving to Sintons is a very good fit. We are known nationally for our work in healthcare and are growing strongly in our presence.

“Our vision for the firm is to set the standard for legal excellence, and to recruit and retain the very best legal talent. The appointment of Chloe is an example of that and will help strengthen our offering even further. We are delighted to welcome her to the firm.”

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