BCR Law has announced that Advocate Adam Harrison, Advocate Michelle Leverington and Advocate Emma Wakeling have all been appointed as Partners and to head their respective teams.
Adam joined BCR Law in 2016 following several years in practice with a large Jersey law firm. Adam is a specialist in criminal law as well as regulatory and health and safety law. Adam qualified as a Jersey solicitor in 2010 and was called as an Advocate in 2013.
Michelle was sworn in as an Advocate of the Royal Court in 2016, having been admitted as a Jersey solicitor in 2011. Michelle heads BCR Law’s residential conveyancing practice as well as dealing with the administration of estates including those involving foreign testators and complex assets such as family run businesses.
Emma was called to the English Bar in 2009 and qualified as a Jersey Advocate in 2012. Her specialism is in family and criminal law and, whilst maintaining an interest particularly in criminal advocacy. In her role she advises on a wide range of family work including divorce and the attendant resolution of financial matters and on issues involving children.
Commenting on the three new appointments, Managing Partner David Benest said: “I am delighted to welcome Adam, Michelle and Emma to partnership. Their collective and diverse talents and expertise ensure that BCR continues to be able to serve our clients as they have come to expect and to develop the Firm for the long term.”