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Appleby Jersey welcomes new recuits

Appleby Jersey welcomes new recuits

Thursday 13 October 2022

Appleby Jersey welcomes new recuits

Thursday 13 October 2022

Appleby has made a number of recent appointments across its Property and Corporate teams.

Appleby has has appointed Kate Westwater as Counsel and Tracey Walsh as Senior Legal Assistant to its Property team.

Ms Westwater was sworn in as a Solicitor of the Royal Court of Jersey in November 2013 after 10 years of conveyancing practice and was then sworn in as an Advocate of the Royal Court on in October 2017 and Ms Walsh brings experience in flying freehold sales and purchases, equity releases, share transfer transactions and refinances.

In addition, Appleby has made a additional appointments to its Corporate team.

Specifically, Nichola Aldridge as Counsel, Johanna Murphy as Senior Associate and Stephen Le Cornu, Michael Davies and Inyeneobong Udoh as Associates.


Pictured - left to right: Tracey Walsh, Stephen Le Cornu, Kate Westwater, Johanna Murphy, Nichola Aldridge, Michael Davies and Inyeneobong Udoh.

Ms Aldridge was recently, admitted to the Bar of the Royal Court in March 2021. Ms Murphy has recently relocated from the British Virigin islands and Mr Le Cornu was admitted as a Solicitor of the Royal Court of Jersey in September 2018. 

Meanwhile, Mr Davies was admitted as a Solicitor of England and Wales on 2 September 2021 and Inyeneobong was called to the Nigerian Bar in December 2017. 

Appleby Jersey Office Managing Partner James Gaudin, said: "We are delighted to welcome all of our new colleagues to the firm.

"They will bring valuable experience and skill to both the Property and Corporate teams.”

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