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Myersons makes two senior appointments

Myersons makes two senior appointments

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Myersons makes two senior appointments


Myersons has expanded with the appointment of a new paralegal and an English Barrister with 10 years’ experience in all areas of family law, including divorce, finances, children and domestic violence.

Kate Donohue, who joins from 18 St John Street Chambers in Manchester after recently moving to Jersey, is ranked a ‘Leading Counsel’ in the Legal 500.

Stephanie Devine, who was educated at Jersey College for Girls and the University of Liverpool, is an experienced paralegal working on all areas of family law alongside the team of Advocates. 

Both are currently studying for the Jersey Advocate exams. 

“These appointments mark another significant stage in the development of our firm,” Victoria Myerson, who founded the firm in 2017, commented.

“Kate brings with her a wealth of experience and particular strengths forged during her years of practice in England.  Stephanie is a very talented individual and it will be exciting to see her career develop.  We are thrilled to have them both join our team and help us deliver a first-class level of service to our clients.”

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