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Angela Nunn

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Hodge Jones & Allen Solicitors

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Angela is a partner in the Private Client Dept.

She has a strong background history as a Catastrophic Injury Lawyer before developing her interest in and expertise in all matters relating to the Court of Protection. Angela is an experienced Court Deputy with 24 high value Deputyship Orders in her name. She is also experienced as a Court Expert in Deputyship matters in complex litigation cases.


Trained at Sternberg Reed, qualified in 1993, became an associate and then a partner from 1996 to 2017. Partner at Hodge Jones and Allen since 2017.


Association of Personal Injury Lawyers.

Member of COPPA (Court of Protection Practitioners Association)


The University of Sheffield (1983 BA Hons English Literature)

The University of Northumbria (1990 Common Professional Examination, 1991 Law Society Finals)

London: Private client

Court of protection

Within: Court of protection

Philippa Barton heads a ‘professional team’ at Hodge Jones & Allen Solicitors. The team specialises in property and affairs deputyships for clients who have received high-value personal injury awards. Angela Nunn joined the team from Sternberg Reed. Nunn is ‘genuinely empathetic and understands the complex needs and circumstances of her clients’.

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