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Associate shortlisted in the Jersey Finance Rising Stars Awards 2022

Associate Bradley Gibb has been shortlisted in this year's Jersey Finance Rising Stars Awards in the law category.

Aimed to inspire the next generation of finance professionals, the Rising Stars Awards recognise and reward the young talent within Jersey's finance industry, celebrating their successes and achievements.

Bradley was put forward by Of Counsel Lynne Calder who said: 'Since joining the firm Bradley has demonstrated outstanding potential. He has assisted the department with a variety of high profile cases, despite being at a very early stage of his career, and has dealt with this demanding workload with aplomb. 

'The responsibilities assigned to him are testament to the great promise he has shown and have allowed him to get involved in cases that have reached the Privy Council. Bradley understands that there is so much more to the job than the law and establishes a strong rapport with his clients to build trust. He has also taken a leading role in organising business development events for Collas Crill's next generation and we have no doubt that, given his character and legal expertise, he will build and maintain a strong network throughout his career.'

Bradley is a member of the Dispute Resolution team in Jersey, specialising in corporate, commercial and debt finance disputes. 

If you would like to vote for Bradley please click here.

The winners will be announced at a prestigious awards ceremony at the Royal Jeresy Showground on 29 July.

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