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Preston Legal appoints two new litigators

Preston Legal appoints two new litigators

Wednesday 11 July 2018

Preston Legal appoints two new litigators

Preston Legal has appointed two new litigators: Ian Jones and Francesca Pinel.

Advocate Jones qualified in 2008, his primary expertise is as a commercial and civil litigator and has appeared in a wide variety of cases including: trust and corporate disputes; contentious and non-contentious insolvency; regulatory disputes and investigations; and property disputes (both commercial and residential).

Advocate Pinel's appointment follows her recent admission to the Jersey Bar having successfully completed the local advocacy exams at the end of last year. 

Francesca Pinel

Pictured: Francesca Pinel has recently joined Preston Legal.

Commenting on the recent appointments, Advocate Mike Preston said:

“I am delighted that Ian and Francesca have chosen to join the firm. They are both talented lawyers, dedicated to achieving the best possible results for their clients. The vision of this firm is based on what I have found both individual and institutional clients always want; access to quality legal advice and the ability to consult their lawyers whenever they need that advice, at a cost that is not prohibitive. Ian and Francesca are both very highly-regarded and complement the profile of the firm. I look forward to working with them as the firm continues to grow and develop.”

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