Collas Crill partner David O'Hanlon has been sworn in as a Guernsey Advocate.
Advocate O'Hanlon is a senior member of Collas Crill's commercial Dispute Resolution team focusing on contentious and semi-contentious trust and internal company issues.
Advocate O'Hanlon also has a wide experience of professional negligence as well as general commercial matters.
Collas Crill's head of Dispute Resolution, Christian Hay, said: "Advocate O'Hanlon is a very committed lawyer and a valuable part of our Dispute Resolution team. We are delighted to see him called as a Guernsey Advocate, reflecting his commitment to Guernsey and the firm."
Advocate O'Hanlon was previously admitted as a Solicitor of England and Wales in 2005 and joined Collas Crill in 2011. He successfully completed the Guernsey Bar Exams, and his studies at the University of Caen in 2017.
Pictured: Advocate David O'Hanlon
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