Hilary Meredith appointed to uni veterans’ centre
Hilary Meredith, chair of Hilary Meredith Solicitors in Wilmslow, Cheshire has been appointed as visiting professor of law and veterans’ affairs by the University of Chester.
In her role as visiting professor, Meredith will primarily support the outputs of the Westminster Centre for Research and Innovation in Veterans’ Wellbeing.
For the last 12 months Hilary has acted as Visiting Senior Lecturer to the University.
Meredith said: “I am honoured and delighted to take up the post of visiting professor.
“I look forward to further strengthening my ties with the University by continuing to share my knowledge and experience in any way I can. The Westminster Centre has a hugely positive impact on veterans’ health and healthcare and I am proud to play my part.”
Alan Finnegan, director of the centre, said: “Hilary is outstanding in her support to the armed forces community, and we are very fortunate to have her commitment, dedication and drive in supporting the centre’s work to improve the wellbeing of military veterans and their families.”
The Westminster Centre for Research and Innovation in Veterans’ Wellbeing supports the military through innovative and high-quality research, educational provision and community engagement.
The University of Chester, founded in 1893, is one of the oldest higher education institutions in the country.