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10 senior promotions across Channel Islands at Carey Olsen

10 senior promotions across Channel Islands at Carey Olsen

Wednesday 06 July 2022

10 senior promotions across Channel Islands at Carey Olsen

Wednesday 06 July 2022

Carey Olsen has announced the promotion of 10 lawyers across the firm's Guernsey and Jersey practices.

Promoted to counsel in Guernsey are Tim Bamford, a specialist in corporate and commercial litigation, and John Le Tissier, an expert in both residential and commercial property transactions.

Newly promoted senior associates in Guernsey comprise commercial litigation and restructuring lawyer Steven Balmer, employment law specialist Lois Madden, trusts and private wealth lawyer Kirsty McGeough, corporate and investment funds lawyer Jamie Oldfield, and commercial property law specialist Kieran Ogilvie. 

In addition, London-based Laura Healy, a member of the Jersey corporate team, has also been promoted to counsel. 

In Jersey, commercial real estate lawyer Lyndsay Houlette has been promoted to senior associate, while London-based Alexandra Hehir, a member of the Guernsey corporate team, has also become a senior associate. 

Across the Carey Olsen group, the firm has announced a further six promotions to counsel or senior associate. This follows the announcement last month that it had also welcomed Kyle Masters, Sam Stevens and Jay Webster in Bermuda, Louise Woolrich in Jersey, and Matthew Brehaut in London to the partnership – bringing the total number of partners across the group to 68. 

Pictured (top): L-R John Le Tissier, Alexandra Hehir, Kirsty McGeough, Laura Healy, Tim Bamford, Lyndsay Houlette, Kieran Ogilvie, Lois Madden, Jamie Oldfield, and Steven Balmer.

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