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Three senior promotions for Carey Olsen's Guernsey office

Three senior promotions for Carey Olsen's Guernsey office

Tuesday 10 July 2018

Three senior promotions for Carey Olsen's Guernsey office


Offshore law firm Carey Olsen has made three senior promotions in its Guernsey office with Leonie Corfield and Alexandria du Jardin promoted to senior associates, while Julia Schaefer becomes a senior associate.

The promotions were all effective from 1 July 2018.

Ms Corfield is a member of the Guernsey corporate team, before which she specialised in mergers and acquisitions with two global law firms in the City of London. She has expertise in a broad range of corporate transactional matters, including mergers and acquisitions and the establishment, regulation and operation of investment funds.

Ms du Jardin has been a member of the Guernsey corporate team since 2014. She acts for both international and local clients and undertakes a wide range of corporate transactions, with a particular emphasis on the establishment, regulation and operation of investment funds and banking and finance matters. 

Ms Schaefer is a member of the dispute resolution and litigation team in Guernsey. She specialises in complex trust and insolvency matters, and has extensive experience in cross-border contractual disputes, including civil fraud actions, freezing orders and asset tracing, as well as high value art litigation.

Russell Clark

Russell Clark (pictured above), managing partner of Carey Olsen's Guernsey office, said: "Leonie, Alexandria and Julia are well deserving of their promotions. They are valued members of their respective teams and I look forward to seeing them take the next step in their careers. Carey Olsen is committed to developing its legal teams in Guernsey and the progression of these three extremely capable lawyers underlines our aim of nurturing the talent we have within the firm."

Pictured top: Leonie Corfiend, Alexandria du Jardin, Julia Schaefer

 

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