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Mourant lawyers sworn in

Mourant lawyers sworn in

Tuesday 11 January 2022

Mourant lawyers sworn in

Tuesday 11 January 2022

Four lawyers at Mourant have been sworn in before the Royal Court of Jersey following the completion of their Jersey Law exams.

Nicola Le Boutillier, Holly Thebault and Ellie Wood were sworn in as Solicitors, and Samuel Malpass as an Advocate on 22 December 2021.

Ms Le Boutillier and Ms Thebault, who won the 2021 Jersey Finance Rising Stars Award in the Law category, are Associates in the firm's Jersey Litigation team. 

Both achieved the highest mark in the Law of Contract paper in their Jersey Law exams and were recognised with a prize from the Law Society of Jersey.

Ms Wood, an Associate in the local Funds practice, joined Mourant in 2017 as Paralegal and became a Trainee in 2019 when she began studying the Jersey Law exams. 

Mr Malpass is a Senior Associate in the Finance and Corporate team, a role to which he was promoted to in May 2019 after moving to the island from the firm's BVI office. 

"Congratulations to Nicola, Holly, Ellie and Sam for successfully passing their Jersey Law exams," Mourant Jersey Managing Partner Daniel Birtwistle said.

"This is the culmination of a great deal of hard work and dedication to their studies by all four lawyers... We look forward to continuing our support of them through the next stages of their careers with us."

Pictured top - from left: Samuel Malpass, Ellie Wood, Nicola Le Boutillier and Holly Thebault.

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