Three advocates from offshore law firm Bedell Cristin - Rebecca McNulty, Laura Hendrick, and Richard Laignel - have been sworn in at Jersey’s Royal Court.
Rebecca McNulty, a senior associate at Bedell Cristin, advises local and international clients on a range of high value domestic and cross border commercial, trust and regulatory matters and insurance issues.
She passed her legal practice course with commendation and completed an LLB honours with French from Manchester Metropolitan University, where she also studied French Law and Political Sciences for a year in France.
Laura Hendrick, an associate who joined Bedell in 2014, has a wide range of experience in corporate and finance transactions with particular experience in structuring and financing real estate investment structures. Born in Jersey and educated at Beaulieu, she studied English and French at Warwick University before completing the graduate diploma in Law and legal practice course at the College of Law in York.
Richard Laignel, is also Jersey born and was educated at Victoria College. He advises professional trustees, both in Jersey and internationally, on all aspects of Jersey trust law and on related company and commercial matters. Mr Laignel studied law at the University of Durham and also undertook the legal practice course at the College of Law, Guildford.
Bedell Cristin managing partner, David Cadin, commented: “Passing the examination to qualify as an advocate requires unstinting commitment on the part of individual lawyers and I’m delighted for each of them.”
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