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Senior promotions at Collas Crill

Senior promotions at Collas Crill

Monday 21 September 2020

Senior promotions at Collas Crill


Law firm Collas Crill has made two promotions to Partner and one to Senior Associate in its Jersey office.

Sam Williams, who works on complex and cross-border commercial litigation and court applications with a focus on contentious trusts, asset recovery, injunctions and corporate disputes, has been promoted to Partner alongside Laura Perkins.

Ms Perkins specialises in wealth planning for high and ultra-high-net-worth clients, and advises on BVI and Jersey law.

New Senior Associate Bonnie McPartland specialises in trusts, commercial and dispute resolution matters.

The promotions are three of nine across the Channel Islands, including four members of the Business Services team and a new Partner and Senior Associate in the Guernsey Office.

Group Managing Partner Jason Romer commented: "These colleagues have demonstrated that they are absolutely ready for their next step within the firm, receiving consistently great feedback on their work and showing a real commitment to what they do. Big congratulations to all of them.

“This round of promotions brings further strength and depth to a number of our practice areas as well as our very capable business services team.”

Pictured top: Laura Perkins and Sam Williams, who have both been promoted to Partner.

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