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'I am delighted that Professor Hopkins is joining us at the Law Commission, and I look forward to working with him. Professor Hopkins has an impressive academic history, and his knowledge and understanding of land and property law will be of particular value to our work. It is a special pleasure for us to welcome back to the Commission an academic talent who began his law career here as one of our Research Assistants.'Accepting the appointment, Professor Hopkins said:
'I am very pleased to be joining the Law Commission and am looking forward to driving forward the full and significant programme of work the Commission has across property, family and trust law.'Professor Hopkins' predecessor, Professor Elizabeth Cooke, a regular contributor to Family Law, left the role this summer to take up the post of Principal Judge of the Land Registration Division of the First Tier Tribunal (Property Chamber).
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