Adam Cole has been promoted to Partner at Ferbrache & Farrell LLP.
He started his new role at the beginning of the month, and will be focusing on all aspects of commercial litigation, including contentious insolvency and contentious trust issues.
Mr Cole joined the firm just a month after its inception in November 2016 after training and qualifying as a solicitor (currently non-practising) in England and Wales in 2008.
He began his career with CMS Cameron McKenna in London and spent time on secondment to a major global insurance underwriter and the firm’s Prague office before qualifying into CMS’ renowned insurance and reinsurance litigation department.
Mr Cole moved to Guernsey in 2009 and was sworn as an Advocate of the Royal Court in 2014. He is a member of the Association of Restructuring and Insolvency Experts (ARIES). He also completed, and was awarded a Distinction for, the STEP Advanced Certificate in InternationalTrusts Disputes.
Martin Jones, partner and Head of Dispute Resolution, said: "We are delighted and privileged that Adam is joining the partnership. His promotion is both a testament to his ability and dedication and his contribution to the firm’s growth in its first two years of operation, which has surpassed all expectations. We very much look forward to building on Adam’s and the firm’s success in the years to come."
Pictured: Adam Cole.
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