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New Partner at BCR Law

New Partner at BCR Law

Friday 27 January 2023

New Partner at BCR Law

Friday 27 January 2023

BCR Law LLP has appointed a new Partner within its Dispute Resolution team.

Advocate Christina Hall will work with Head of Dispute Resolution Advocate Jeremy Heywood on growing the firm’s Dispute Resolution offering.

Her particular areas of specialism include contentious trusts matters, construction and property disputes, commercial litigation, and personal injury and clinical negligence cases.

Advocate Hall became a Crown Advocate in 2015, and has appeared regularly before all the island's courts, including in numerous reported cases which have significantly added to the development of the law in Jersey. 

Prior to joining BCR Law, she was Partner and Head of Dispute Resolution at Viberts. 

BCR Law Managing Partner Advocate David Benest said: “We are thrilled to welcome Christina to BCR Law and to our expanding Dispute Resolution team. Christina has an impressive track record and her experience and expertise will be a huge asset to our firm and our clients.”

Advocate Hall added: “I am excited to be joining the excellent and friendly team at BCR Law. I was attracted to the firm by its first rate reputation and the quality of the work and the team. 

"I look forward to working with my new colleagues and contributing to the continued growth of the firm and the Dispute Resolution team in particular.”

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