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One of North Wales’ ‘best-known’ criminal solicitors has joined his son to work with regional law firm Gamlins Law.

Andy Hutchinson has teamed up with son Craig at Gamlins Law.

The pair worked together at Humphrys Dawson solicitors before Craig left at the end of 2020.

Dafydd Roberts, a Gamlins Law Director and head of crime at the firm, said:

“Andy is one of the best-known and most respected criminal solicitors in North Wales. He brings with him a wealth of knowledge and experience having worked on some of the most high-profile criminal cases in the region over almost three decades.

“It is great to have reunited Andy with Craig who joined us just under a year ago and who has himself been an excellent addition to the team.”

Andy said:

“I am delighted to be joining Gamlins Law and to be working again with Craig. I was impressed by the ambition of the firm and the investment it is making across the business to give clients the best possible service.”

Andy has been a solicitor for 28 years having previously worked as a coal miner at Point of Ayr, North Wales’ last deep pit that closed in the 1990s. He changed career after suffering a blood disorder in 1989, studying law at John Moores University before returning to work in North Wales.

Later this year, Gamlins Law will move to a new head office at Morfa Hall in Rhyl, where the crime team will be establishing a dedicated video conferencing facility.

Gamlins Law has further offices in Mold, Ruthin, Denbigh, Abergele and Holywell.


Main image, L-R: Dafydd Roberts, Craig Hutchinson and Andy Hutchinson of Gamlins Law crime team.

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