Fisher Law welcomes new partner Lindsey Colgan

Fisher Law welcomes new partner Lindsey Colgan

Lindsey Colgan and Shaun Fisher

Northern Ireland firm Fisher Law has announced the promotion of Lindsey Colgan to partner in the firm.

Mrs Colgan, a native of Coleraine, joined the Galgorm Castle-based practice as an apprentice solicitor in 2017.

Commenting on her promotion, Mrs Colgan said: “I am absolutely thrilled to be continuing my professional career with Fisher Law as a partner. I look forward to promoting the ethos of Fisher Law in delivering the very highest standards of legal advice to our clients. It is an exceptional team that I am proud to be a part of.”

Shaun Fisher, the firm’s founding partner, added: “With the practice rapidly expanding, in no small part down to Lindsey’s flourishing reputation, acumen and talent, it considerably enhances our offer to have her invested in the business, and I am delighted she has embraced her thoroughly deserved promotion.

“Together with our mainstay Kimberley McAuley, plans are being developed to provide an even more user-friendly and effective experience for those who avail of our services throughout Northern Ireland and beyond.”

Mrs Colgan was a pupil at Coleraine High School who subsequently completed an LLB with Northumbria University in Newcastle in 2016. She joined Fisher Law as an apprentice the following year.

She qualified as a solicitor in September 2019, having studied at the Institute of Professional Legal Studies (IPLS) at Queen’s University Belfast, where she obtained a postgraduate diploma with commendation in professional legal studies.

She advises clients on all aspects of private client work including drafting wills and administering estates; residential conveyancing matters, with very substantial experience in property purchases, sales and re-mortgages; personal injury litigation; family law; and matrimonial law, in which she has a particular interest, regularly providing clients with impartial advice on a wide range of family issues.

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