Mourant du Feu & Jeune boost funds and litigation business
Offshore law firm Mourant du Feu & Jeune has announced a further two promotions to senior associate level as the firm looks to strengthen its funds and trust litigation practice areas.
Matt Crill (pictured) and Damian Evans are to be promoted to senior associate with effect from April.
This takes the number of promotions to senior associate in the last few months to six. Crill and Evans join Matthew Shaxson, Warren Simmons (all from the Jersey office), Tony Gibson (Cayman) and Marcel Cariou (Guernsey).
Crill was born and educated in Jersey at De La Salle College. He joined Mourant du Feu & Jeune in November 2001 having completed a law degree at the University of Exeter and the legal practice course at BPP Law School in London. He is a member of the funds practice area and specialises in private equity and property funds.
Evans was born in Jersey and educated at Victoria College. He completed a law degree at the University of Bristol and the Bar Vocational Course at Nottingham Law School. Following his call to the Bar he qualified as a barrister completing pupillage at Pump Court Chambers, London, practicing in crime, family and civil law. He is now a member of both the trusts and commercial litigation practice areas dealing primarily with contentious trust disputes.
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