Collas Crill trainee lawyer, Bonnie McPartland, has qualified as a Solicitor of England and Wales.
Following the successful completion of her training contract in the firm’s Jersey office, Bonnie will now join the trusts and fiduciary team as an Associate.
Since joining Collas Crill in 2016, Bonnie has gained a wealth of experience in trust, commercial and dispute resolution matters, which she will be able to bring to her new role. She will specialise in all aspects of Jersey trusts and foundations law, advising on trust structures and on both non-contentious and contentious trust matters.
Bonnie, who previously worked in the Employment Team at another leading offshore law firm, is also a qualified as a Barrister (non-practising), having been called to the Bar of England and Wales in 2011.
Collas Crill is accredited by the Solicitors Regulation Authority to provide training contracts for those wishing to qualify as English solicitors. The firm has been training future solicitors for more than 10 years.
Bonnie said: “I am delighted to have qualified as a Solicitor. The training programme at Collas Crill enabled me to gain a breadth of experience, which in turn, also helped me to decide what I wanted to specialise in. It was extremely valuable and now I’m very excited to join to the trusts and fiduciary team, building on my experience to support the practice going forward.”
Kellyann Ozouf, who heads up Collas Crill’s Jersey trusts and fiduciary team, said: “We are extremely proud of Bonnie and delighted that she has chosen to join us in the trusts and fiduciary team. She is a very skilled lawyer with a fantastic eye for detail so she will be a great asset to our department.”