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Two Bedell Cristin lawyers named in top young professionals’ list

Two Bedell Cristin lawyers named in top young professionals’ list

Wednesday 12 June 2019

Two Bedell Cristin lawyers named in top young professionals’ list

Jasmin Semlitsch, senior associate at Bedell Cristin in Guernsey, and Sonia Shah, associate in Jersey, have been named in eprivateclient’s Top 35 Under 35 Channel Islands list.

The list identifies and recognises the rising stars of the private client community. It is compiled through a judging process, which considers the strength of individuals' achievements over the past 12 months and their career progression.

Ms Semlitsch has established a strong reputation for her contentious and non-contentious trusts work for which she was also recognised by Legal 500. She is dual-qualified as a solicitor in Australia and England and Wales and has contributed to legal publications including, most recently, the Trusts & Trustees Journal.

Sonia Shah

Pictured: Ms Shah.

Ms Shah joined the firm in March 2016 and advises leading onshore law firms, fiduciaries and high net worth individuals in relation to contentious trust, commercial, insolvency and regulatory matters. She recently played a key role in the high profile Crociani case.

“We are proud of the expertise and work ethic of our team. Jasmin and Sonia both demonstrate Bedell Cristin's commitment to client service on a daily basis,” said David Cadin, Bedell Cristin Managing Partner.

“They are both exceptionally strong lawyers who are great to work with, and we’d like to congratulate them on this well-deserved listing.”

Pictured top: Jasmin Semlitsch. 

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