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23 June, 2006 - 09:40 By Staff Reporter

Appointment at Norwich law firm charged with delivering international expansion

Law firm Howes Percival has appointed Stephanie Liston to lead both the development of the firm’s international practice and the growth of its corporate and commercial practice in the East Anglia region and beyond.Law firm Howes Percival has appointed Stephanie Liston to lead both the development of the firm’s international practice and the growth of its corporate and commercial practice in the East Anglia region and beyond. She will be based at the firm’s Norwich office.

An international lawyer who has qualified in the US and the UK, Liston has more than 20 years experience advising on strategic regulatory issues, contractual negotiations and commercial transactions in the UK and internationally.

Educated in Colorado, California, London and at Trinity Hall, Cambridge, she has extensive experience in the international communications and technology sectors.

In September, Liston was appointed as a non-executive director of Ofcom. She also co-founded and chairs the Women in Telecoms and Technology Group (WiTT), co-chairs the International Bar Association Communications Committee and is a former Board member of the European Competitive Telecommunications Association (ECTA).

Andrew Barnes, managing partner of Howes Percival’s East Anglia region, said: “Stephanie’s arrival marks an important next step of our strategy to become a truly top flight corporate commercial practice in the region.

“Coupled with her legal expertise, Stephanie has a strong track record in facilitating the growth of businesses. In addition to benefiting from the breadth of her legal and commercial experience, her understanding of the role new technologies can play in maximising the effectiveness of businesses will be a real asset to our clients.”

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