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15 March 2022 | Firm News | Article by Tracey Singlehurst-Ward

Hugh James Partner appointed to Board of British Gymnastics

Tracey Singlehurst-Ward, a Partner in our Dispute Resolution team, has been appointed to the Board of British Gymnastics, joining as the Board’s Welsh nomination.

Tracey is an experienced Non-Executive Director, having previously sat as the Legal and Governance Director on the Board of Welsh Gymnastics for 8 years.
She brings a wealth of knowledge and experience from her legal background at Hugh James, where she practises in general commercial and company disputes, with specialist expertise in defamation, privacy and media, intellectual property, and sports law.

Tracey works for clients ranging from individuals to multi-national private and public companies such as the Welsh Ministers and Welsh Water, whom she routinely advises in relation to contentious matters.

Commenting on her latest Board appointment, Tracey said:

“I’m incredibly passionate about gymnastics and had a wonderful experience sitting on the Board of Welsh Gymnastics, so I’m delighted to take up this position on the British Board. I am looking forward to bringing my passion and my knowledge around governance and legal aspects to the board, to ensure we address our current challenges and set a clear and ambitious plan for the future.”

You can read more about Tracey’s appointment, and the work of the Board, on the British Gymnastics website.

Author bio

Tracey is a partner in the firm and sits within the dispute resolution team. Tracey practises in general commercial and company disputes, and complements her strong core practice with specialist expertise in intellectual property, sports law, information law and privacy and media.

Disclaimer: The information on the Hugh James website is for general information only and reflects the position at the date of publication. It does not constitute legal advice and should not be treated as such. If you would like to ensure the commentary reflects current legislation, case law or best practice, please contact the blog author.

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