Hogan Lovells has appointed Alice Wallace-Wright as a partner who will work in the firm’s London and Dublin offices.
Specialising in antitrust, competition and economic regulation practice, Wallace-Wright is one of 38 new partners appointed by the global firm, across 45 offices in six continents.
Wallace-Wright is a competition law specialist, dual-qualified to practise in Ireland and in England and Wales.
Hogan Lovells’ chief executive Miguel Zaldivar said: “We recognize that an important driver of our success is our people. This group reflects the strength of our talent across our offices globally, and in our key industry sectors."