Jersey-based law firm, Baker & Partners, has promoted two members of its legal team to associates at the firm.
Kate Ferbrache and Phillip Brown who joined the firm in 2011 and 2012 respectively, have both been made associates following their successful completion of the Jersey Law Exams.
As a member of Baker & Partners' legal team, Ms Ferbrache provides assistance to advocates working on both criminal prosecution and defence cases. She also works with clients on a variety of regulatory matters, whilst Mr Brown primarily focusses on civil and commercial litigation and is currently involved in complex asset recovery proceedings from multi-jurisdictional fraud.
Additionally, Amita Chohan, pupil barrister at the law firm, gained the Middle Temple and a Master David Blunt QC prize for producing one of the strongest Court of Appeal skeleton arguments.
Ms Chohan who was under the supervision of the firm’s partner, Simon Thomas and senior Partner, Stephen Baker, will start at 5 Stone Buildings, a Chancery set based in London, this month.
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