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Hannah Armit is a solicitor at Farrer & Co, and part of the charity and community team. She deals with a range of clients including charitable trusts and companies, non-departmental public bodies and schools. Her work includes charity formation and registration, incorporations, mergers, advice on the responsibilities of charity trustees and general constitutional issues.
Hannah joined Farrer & Co in 2002 as a trainee solicitor and qualified into the charity and community team in 2004.
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