UK law firm Russell-Cooke has added six senior associates to the firm's partnership with effect from 1 July 2020. The promotions come from across the firm's practice groups including property litigation, children and education, family, charities and private client.

Eva Akins joined Russell-Cooke in 2010 and has since 2015 focused on education law. 

Ed Cracknell joined Russell-Cooke as a trainee in 2003 and was promoted to senior associate in 2014. Mr Cracknell specialises in property litigation and dispute resolution. 

Mark Fletcher trained at Russell-Cooke, qualifying as a solicitor in 2011. As part of the commercial litigation team, Mr Fletcher acts for individuals, charities and businesses across a large number of business sectors.

Hannah Minty joined the firm as a trainee, qualifying as a solicitor in 2007 before being promoted to senior associate in 2013. She is dual-qualified in both England and Wales, and in Scotland and is part of the family team. 

Christopher Salomons joined the firm's private client team in 2013 as an associate before being promoted to senior associate in 2017. Chris advises clients domiciled in both the UK and overseas on a range of tax, trusts, estate planning and succession related matters. 

Stephen Small trained at Russell-Cooke, joining the firm in 2007 and qualifying in 2009. As part of the firm's housing and property litigation team, Stephen acts for both landlords and tenants. 

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