Top marks for Senior Associate in Advocates' exam

Lynne Calder, Senior Associate at Collas Crill, has been recognised for achieving the highest mark in the Jersey Law of Contract examination, taken in 2019 as part of her studies to qualify as a Jersey Advocate.

At the Law Society annual dinner held on 7 February, Lynne was presented with the Law of Contract award by Deputy Bailiff Robert MacRae.

Lynne joined the firm in September 2016 and is part of the Dispute Resolution team, offering specialised private client services. She has significant experience representing high-profile clients in a range of contractual and commercial disputes, the team being the favoured advisor for many of Jersey's high net worth individuals and families on their private, property, trust and family disputes.

Lynne qualified as a Scottish solicitor in 2002 and worked in leading UK law firms prior to relocating to Jersey.

Senior Partner Nuno Santos-Costa commented: 'Collas Crill prides itself on high standards of professional expertise and legal skill. Lynne's achievement is testament to that, and my sincere congratulations go to her for this result.'

See more about Lynne here.

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